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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Turkish Airlines

One of THY’s stated goals is to serve every country possible.

To that end, THY plan to start flying to a number cities in 2010: Accra, Alexandria, Arbil, Basrah, Dar es Salaam, Dhaka, Entebbe, Ho Chi Minh City, Los Angeles, Nakhichevan, Novosibirsk, Podgorica, Shiraz, Sochi, Washington DC.

Further afield, before 2012, they aspire to fly to: Abidjan, Abuja, Atyrau, Auckland, Bilbao, Bratislava, Buenos Aires, Calcutta, Chennai, Colombo, Douala, Ganja, Glasgow, Grozny, Guangzhou, Havana, Heraklion, Hyderabad, Isfahan, Islamabad, Kabul, Kharkiv, Kinshasa, Kraków, Kuala Lumpur, Lahore, Latakia, Luxembourg, Makhachkala, Malaga, Malé, Malmö, Malta, Manila, Marseille, Melbourne, Mexico City, Miami, Montreal, Nagoya, Nalchik, Naples, Niš, Omsk, Oran, Palermo, Phnom Penh, Reykjavik, Rhodes, Rotterdam, Salzburg, Samara, Santiago de Chile, Sharm el-Sheikh, Strasbourg, Sukhumi, Sydney, Tallinn, Thessaloniki, Torino, Ulan Bator, Ürümqi, Valencia, Vilnius, Xian and Yerevan.

The Turkish Airlines fleet consists of 134 aircraft as of February 2010:

Airbus A319-100412124 (0/0/124)
Airbus A320-20022150 (0/0/150)
Airbus A321-200218186 (0/10/176)
Airbus A330-2007250 (0/22/228)
Airbus A330-30010319 (0/30/289)
Airbus A340-3009271 (0/34/237)
Boeing 737-4004150 (0/0/150)
Boeing 737-7008149 (0/0/149)
Boeing 737-8005110155 (0/20/135)2 aircraft in Star Alliance livery, 1 aircraft in
FC Barcelona livery, 1 aircraft in Manchester United livery
Boeing 737-900ER10TBANew coming 737NGs will be Sky Interior design.
15 more options for 737 NG airplanes.
Boeing 777-300ER412312 (8/30/274)
Turkish Airlines Cargo Fleet
Airbus A310-300F4Cargo
Airbus A330-200F2Cargo

As of February 2010, the average age of the Turkish Airlines fleet was 6.4 years.









1 comment:

Bob McKerrow said...

Thanks for that interesting story Ablai. Bob the re-builder