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Air Arabia Launches New Route To Izmir Airport in Turkey

In a press release, Air Arabia, the Middle East’s most prominent low-cost carrier, that currently flies to 130 destinations across the world announced that from the 27th of June 2018, they are adding a route to the Izmir airport of Aegean Turkey. The route will use an Airbus A320 craft...

Posted on 15 February 2018

Dalaman Airport Gearing Up for a Busy Summer 2018

Expectations are high for the Turkish tourism industry in 2018, and one key player that will be cashing in on the glory is Dalaman Airport on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey. At the end of April, the airline hub will unveil its new 250 million Euro domestic terminal. Construction for...

Posted on 11 February 2018

UK – Turkey Flight Market Set to Resume Growth in 2018

After experiencing a decline in 2016 and 2017, experts are predicting a return to record-breaking figures for the UK – Turkey flight market in 2018. A report by Anna Aero, the Airline Network News and Analysis company forecast a 16% growth in weekly seat numbers for all flights between the...

Posted on 25 January 2018

Istanbul New Third Airport Promises to Minimize its Environmental Impact

In the current day and age, when most countries are actively taking part in minimising climate change, many people would question the construction of Istanbul’s New Third Airport and what impact it will have on the environment. They would also be within their rights to question it because when complete,...

Posted on 06 January 2018

Turkish Airlines Add Another Istanbul Itinerary to Free Layover Tours

A recent announcement by Turkish Airlines unveiled their latest solution for international business travellers on a layover through Istanbul. Anyone flying on a business class ticket who has a layover time of seven hours or more can book a free private Bosphorus cruise, acting as the perfect, organised introduction to...

Posted on 22 October 2017

Air Travel in Turkey Continues to Rise in Popularity

The last twenty years have seen many changes in Turkish society and travel businesses were one of the sectors massively affected when the government embarked on a campaign to modernise methods and infrastructure. Efforts are definitely paying off, as the latest travel stats revealed by the General Directorate of State...

Posted on 08 September 2017

Turkish Economic Train Rages On

While the economic crisis rages on in Europe and sporadically around the world, Turkey continues to go from strength to strength, this week finalising two record-breaking tenders. The first a 22.15 billion euros multi-party tender for the construction of Istanbul's third and one of the world's largest airports. The airport...

Posted on 04 May 2013

Istanbul’s New Airport to Be Built on Old Coal Mines

It was recently announced during a parliamentary session on next year's budget that Istanbul's new airport, which will be the city's third, will be built in northern Istanbul. According to the transport minister, Binali Yildrm, it is to be constructed on top of old coal mines that will be filled...

Posted on 23 November 2012

Turkish Airports Continue Exceptional Growth

Traffic through Turkish airports is continuing to grow strongly according to the latest data. Anna.Aero, the airline data collation website has just published stats for January, which show incredible growth across Turkish airports. Dalaman was the best performer with passenger numbers up 41.1% year on year from 22,555 last January...

Posted on 24 February 2012

Turkish Airlines flying high

20 December 2011, Istanbul - According to Turkish Airlines General Manager Temel Kotli, the airline has had a very successful 2011 and will add 10 new global destinations in 2012 as well as adding 18 new aircraft to fleet of 178 aircraft. “The new destinations to be added until the...

Posted on 23 December 2011