Turkish Airlines

  • Turkey's "rising star", Turkish Airlines started its journey in 1933 with just five aircraft. Today it serves with a passenger and cargo fleet of 338 aircraft and with the same excitement and enthusiasm as the first day after all those years.

    Turkish Airlines

    The substantial growth it has achieved has put Turkish Airlines among the top airlines of the world. Reinforcing this prominent position, Turkish Airlines has always put its signature under important successes in the sector. One of them is undoubtedly the largest aircraft order in Turkish Civil Aviation history, with a significant decision that the airline took in 2013. With this decision, the national carrier aimed to both maintain the fleet average age over the coming years, and push its quality of service even further higher. Counting the large scale of orders, and the aircraft whose rental period is due to come to end by the end of 2023, the fleet of the carrier including cargo aircrafts expected to reach 500 aircraft.

    We fly to: Munich (MUC)  Stuttgart (STR)  Friedrichshafen (FDH)  Nuremberg (NUE)  Bremen (BRE)  Berlin-Tegel (TXL)  Leipzig Halle (LEJ)  Cologne Bonn (CGN)  Hanover (HAJ)  Dusseldorf (DUS)  Hamburg (HAM)  Frankfurt (FRA) 

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