Turkish Airlines Annual Report 2010

Our 2010 Successes


Turkish Airlines ranked fourth in terms of passenger market share among the members of the Association of European Airlines (AEA).

An Unmatched Track Record of Success

Skytrax World Airline Awards 2010

• Best Airline Southern Europe
The Skytrax World Airline Awards are known as the “Oscars” of the aviation industry by which the best performers in each category of the sector are acknowledged. In the Skytrax 2010 rankings, Turkish Airlines repeated its previous year’s success by receiving the “Best Airline Southern Europe” citation for the second time in a row.

• World’s Best Economy Class Airline Onboard Catering
Demonstrating that it is advancing confidently on the path of the best in service and quality, Turkish Airlines further increased its success by adding yet another to its lineup of recognitions as the recipient of Skytrax’s “World’s Best Economy Class Airline Onboard Catering” award.

ATW 2010 Market Leadership Award
Air Transport World, one of the airline industry’s leading magazines, named Turkish Airlines as the recipient of its “Market Leadership Award 2010” citation. Acknowledged to be Europe’s fastest-growing airline company, Turkish Airlines added yet another success to its record by outperforming the sector in terms of both traffic and income performance.

4th position in Europe’s passenger market share league table
Turkish Airlines ranked fourth among the 32 members of the Association of European Airlines (AEA) with an 8.4% market share.

World’s Best Airline in Terms of Financial Health
In its ranking of “best-performing airlines” based on 2009 figures, the aviation industry’s weekly magazine Aviation Week called Turkish Airlines “the world’s best airline in terms of financial health”.

Turkish Airlines completed 2010 with even greater successes…

In 2010 Turkish Airlines once again was the recipient of numerous awards and recognitions of its superior achievements in operations and in delivering quality service. The company's operational and financial successes drew the attention of aviation industry pundits.