With the world’s 5th largest flight network and flights to more countries than any other airline in the world, Turkish Airlines is increasing its flight destinations. The airline, which opened 34 new routes in 2012, is planning to add another 33 in 2013. As part of the expansion, flights to the Gabon capital, Libreville, via the country’s largest city, Douala, got underway 3 times a week on January 31. A Colombo (Sri Lanka) route was also added on February 1. Starting from this date, the airline’s 5 times weekly Istanbul-Maldives flights will be routed Istanbul-Maldives-Colombo. Drawing strength from its past, Turkish Airlines continues to move resolutely forward to future successes.