Turkish Airlines will resume flights next month to Sharm al-Sheikh, nearly a year after they were suspended following the bombing of a Russian jet which took off from the Egyptian resort, the Turkish embassy in Cairo said on Wednesday.
Dubai International Airport, the world’s number one airport for international passengers, welcomed the inaugural flight of Nepal Airlines from Kathmandu on August 19.
The airline now offers three direct flights per week from
Turkish Airlines suffered a loss of 656 million lira ($224.02 million) in the second quarter, having posted a net profit of 661 million lira in the same period a year earlier.
Its sales in the second quarter rose to 7.1 billion li
Qatar Airways has announced a code-share partnership with Vueling Airlines, offering passengers enhanced travel across Europe from today.
Qatar Airways passengers can now connect with ease to 67 popular routes of Vueling Airlines&
Airlines will likely suffer more disruptions like the one that grounded about 2,000 Delta flights this week because major carriers have not invested enough to overhaul reservations systems based on technology dating to the 1960s, airline industr
Turkish Airlines has appointed Mehmet Can Tasci as the new general manager for its Bahrain office.
Tasci will lead the overall Turkish Airlines operations to strengthen the airline’s in-country presence, and highlight the co
Delta Air Lines' flights gradually began taking off again on Monday after computer systems crashed, causing planes to be grounded and leaving passengers of one of the world's largest carriers stranded at airports around the globe.
State-run carrier Turkish Airlines has launched direct flights to Erbil, Iraq, from/to Gaziantep Airport, said a report.
According to a report in eTurboNews, the inaugural flight took off on August 5.
The United States said on Friday it would allow foreign airlines to fly US-made aircraft to Iran, providing greater assurance to aviation companies as Iran tries to re-establish trade and business links following the lifting of sanctions.
Turkish Airlines fired more than 200 employees, including management and cabin crew, as part of a purge at state institutions to root out supporters of an abortive coup, Turkish media reported on Monday.
The dismissals at the nati