Turkish Airlines’ AnadoluJet brand goes global on March 29 with its new international flights from Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport. Since its foundation back in 2008, AnadoluJet has been carrying over 100 million passengers in airports of Turkey and now it is set to carry its service quality to abroad with its new flight network.
Operating its flights with the 87 years of experience of Turkish Airlines, AnadoluJet will add international flights covering 26 destinations in 16 countries to its routes in Turkey according to the new planning. With its fleet set to reach 57 aircrafts in total, the brand will carry the flight satisfaction provided by Turkish Airlines to its new flights.
With its whole operational processes such as the ground services and technical maintenances covered by the Turkish Airlines assurance, the international flights will also put comfort at the forefront. The onboard catering by Turkish DO&CO will continue free of charge.
Sharing his views on the new planning, Turkish Airlines Chairman of the Board and the Executive Committee, M. İlker Aycı stated; “To this day, we carried millions of passengers to four corners of the world with our brand Turkish Airlines. From March 29 on, AnadoluJet will continue the example of Turkish Airlines and will open its doors to the world, allowing us to carry more passengers with the Turkish hospitality. We wish to make AnadoluJet the airline that becomes the meeting point of the world just as its namesake Anatolia, the land that was and is the connecting point of numerous civilizations throughout the history. I believe that after connecting Anatolia from one corner to another, AnadoluJet will successfully connect cities of the world with its affordable flights.”
With its aircrafts consisted of solely economy class, AnadoluJet will increase the passenger capacity by 22% and will offer its services to more passengers at a lower cost. With this new strategy, the number of additional offered seats will be 1.2 million. New flight planning will offer 30% better connectivity for the connected domestic and international flights.
AnadoluJet is now waiting to offer its unparalleled domestic service provided with Turkish Airlines’ experienced cabin and cockpit crew to its passengers travelling abroad. Starting on March 29, tickets for the new flights are available via AnadoluJet and Turkish Airlines sales channels.
International flights to/from Sabiha Gökçen International Airport: Ercan, Kuwait, Amsterdam, Dubai, Baghdat, Bahreyn, Baku, Jeddah, Erbil, Riyadh, Tehran, Tel Aviv, Tbilisi, Damman, Abu Dhabi, Medina, Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, London, Milan, Munich, Stuttgart, Paris, Rome, Vienna.