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Old August 17th, 2014, 01:47 PM   #381
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why not? they had a flight with A330 to Zagreb few weeks ago, so why not to Bucharest too?
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Old August 17th, 2014, 02:17 PM   #382
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Turkish Airlines is very flexible when it comes to the planes they use on European flights. It's not uncommon to even see their 777-300ERs in Northwest European cities with large Turkish communities, like Düsseldorf, Amsterdam or Brussels.
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Old August 17th, 2014, 08:18 PM   #383
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Good job if is true! I am really glad to hear this.
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Old August 17th, 2014, 09:02 PM   #384
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i once flew with an Airbus A340-300 from Istanbul to Frankfurt.

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Old August 17th, 2014, 11:05 PM   #385
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I thougth that the new B777 for TK, should be able to fly to Mexico City....Isnt it so?
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Old August 17th, 2014, 11:49 PM   #386
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I thougth that the new B777 for TK, should be able to fly to Mexico City....Isnt it so?
Yes, it's posible!
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Old August 18th, 2014, 02:59 PM   #387
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No its not due to the high attitude Mexico city is located at. I didn't know attitude was so essential
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Old August 18th, 2014, 10:26 PM   #388
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No its not due to the high attitude Mexico city is located at. I didn't know attitude was so essential
aTtitude or aLtitude ??
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Old August 19th, 2014, 01:12 AM   #389
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hehe altitude of course. The topic was discussed on the previous page.
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Old November 13th, 2014, 01:58 AM   #390
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Bump...

Added these airlines for discussion on this thread:

- AtlasJet (KK)
- Onur Air (8Q)
- Pegasus Airlines (PC)
- SunExpress (XQ)

Other smaller carriers, such as:

- Corendon Airlines (XC)
- Freebird Airlines (FH)
- MNG Airlines (MB)

and other airlines, while not listed, may also be discussed here as well. That way, this thread can be strengthened much further and allow discussions for more Turkish carriers.
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Atlasjet International Airways A321-200 (reg. TC-ATZ)

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Onur Air A320-200 (reg. TC-OBH)

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Old December 16th, 2014, 09:45 PM   #393
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Turkish Airlines increases flights between Manchester and Istanbul

More flights will take place between Manchester and Istanbul, Turkish Airlines has today announced.

There will be four additional flights per week from Manchester Airport to Istanbul from May 25 next year, followed by an extra three each week from June 22.

It means three flights per day will leave Manchester for Istanbul from June 2015 onwards.

Greater demand for international travel and growth in passenger numbers at the airport are the driving forces behind the move, bosses at Turkish Airlines said.

Ersen Engin, general manager for Manchester, Turkish Airlines said: “Outside of London, Manchester is the biggest UK airport, serving almost 22million passengers a year to reach more than 200 destinations worldwide.

"Over the summer months, these numbers are expected to soar as residents of Manchester and surrounding areas embark on their summer vacations.

"In 2014, we saw our passenger numbers increase by 18 per cent from January to August, compared to the same period in 2013.

"As Istanbul is a hot destination for long weekend breaks and extended summer holidays, Turkish Airlines will be increasing its weekly flight services from Manchester to Istanbul by an additional four flights per week as from May 25 2015, followed by an extra three per week from June 22 2015, leading to a total of three flights per day."

The new flight is scheduled to depart Manchester at 11.45pm and is designed to give connections to Eastern Europe, parts of the Middle East and key domestic destinations within Turkey.

It means travellers using the new TK1492 will be able to reach some cities before noon, giving the chance to enjoy breakfast in a different country.

Turkish Airlines currently fly to 108 countries and is one of the fastest growing airlines in Europe.

A Manchester Airport spokesperson said: "We welcome the news that Turkish Airlines is going triple daily from Manchester Airport.

“The increased capacity is testament to the success of the route and of the demand in our catchment area to fly directly from Manchester Airport.

“Not only does the route offer more flexibility and choice for our passengers, but it also offers excellent onward travel and better connection times across Turkish Airlines’ network.”

www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk


Great news for both passengers from Turkey wishing to visit Manchester and the North West and passengers from MAN using Turkish Airlines for holidays and onward connections.
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Old December 20th, 2014, 02:56 AM   #394
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And speaking of flight expansions with Turkish Airlines, it has been reported in the previous week that it will launch a new long-haul service to Manila in the Philippines. The airline will operate to one of Southeast Asia's largest cities 3x weekly from 30 March 2015, on board A340-300. Schedule:

TK084 IST0100 - 1800MNL 343 136
TK085 MNL2050 - 0505+1IST 343 136

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Old December 28th, 2014, 02:32 PM   #395
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Old December 29th, 2014, 05:22 AM   #396
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Turkish Airlines will add six new destinations for 2015 in Africa, for a total of 48 cities

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Turkish Airlines is planning further growth in Africa in 2015 with at least six new destinations. Turkish already has the largest network in Africa among foreign carriers, overtaking Air France and Emirates as it has added a staggering 25 African destinations over the last three years.

By the end of 2015 Turkish will have at least 45 destinations in its African network across 30 countries. North Africa continues to account for most of its African capacity but Turkish also has established a large presence in east, central and west Africa.

Turkish is able to enter relatively thin underserved African markets by offering a myriad of connections to Europe, Asia and the Americas. Narrowbody aircraft have been the driver of its African expansion strategy as it has used 737-900ERs to open up destinations as far as seven hours from Istanbul.


Turkish currently serves 39 destinations in Africa across 27 countries, according to OAG data. Bamako, Conakry and Juba will extend Turkish’s African network to 30 countries as the airline does not currently serve Mali, Guinea or South Sudan.

Turkish has not yet set launch dates for any of these routes, some of which are likely to be tagged to existing destinations, following the normal Turkish formula for expanding to thinner African markets. Conakry is also not expected to be launched until the Ebola virus, which has significantly impacted traffic in Guinea, subsides.

Turkish plans to add six African destinations in 2015

Turkish Airlines CEO Temel Kotil said on the sidelines of the 17-Dec-2014 Star Alliance executive meeting in Delhi that six of the 15 destinations the carrier plans to add in 2015 will be in Africa. This includes two unnamed destinations in Egypt, Abuja in Nigeria, Bamako in Mali, Conakry in Guinea and Juba in South Sudan.

Among the six planned new African destinations Turkish so far has only set a launch date and begun sales for Abuja, which will be served five times weekly from 3-Mar-2015 with 737-900ERs. Abuja will be Turkish’s third destination in Nigeria after Lagos and Kano.

Turkish will be the fourth airline from outside Africa to serve Abuja, joining British Airways, Emirates and Lufthansa. It will be the third non-African airline in the Bamako market after Air France and TAP Portugal. Air France and Brussels Airlines serve Conakry while flydubai is the only non-African airline serving Juba, according to OAG data.

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Hi Chaps... does anyone happen to have a photograph of a Corendon.com 737-800, hope some one can help.

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There are at least two types of B737 with Corendon Airlines...

Corendon Airlines B737-300, "Kids & Co." (reg. TC-TJB)


Corendon Airlines B737-800 (WL) (reg. TC-TJM)

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TC-JJU Turkish Airlines Boeing 777-300ER London Heathrow by rmk2112rmk, on Flickr
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