Ahmet Bolat, the new chairman of the board of directors of Turkish Airlines has announced that the establishment has made major plans for Antalya, Dalaman, Bodrum-Milas and Izmir.
It was announced that Turkish Airlines would make 388 flights a week from 47 cities in 29 countries to Antalya, Dalaman, Bodrum-Milas and Izmir next summer. In 2019, the most successful year, Turkish Airlines made 83 flights per week from 30 points to the 4 tourism cities in question.
Chairman of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of Turkish Airlines Prof. Dr. Ahmet Bolat said, "The flight requests we receive from all over the world continue to increase as the summer season approaches. As a flag carrier airline, we aim to bring foreign tourists who want to travel to Turkey to the south of our country with direct flights from their countries and with the comfort of Turkish Airlines."
Turkish Airlines has made big progress in recent decades and become one of the most successful airline companies in Europe and the world.
The journey of Turkish Airlines started on 20 May 1933 with 5 aircraft and less than 30 employees. Today, it continues as the airline that flies to the highest number of countries in the world.
The headquarters of Turkish Airlines is located in Istanbul. The flight network of Turkish Airlines extends to Europe, the Middle East, the Far East, North Africa, Central Africa, South Africa, North and South America.