Traffic Results / AnadoluJet
The total number of AnadoluJet passengers increased by 85.6% in 2010 and reached 5.3 million.
With AnadoluJet air travel is no longer just a luxury.
Offering passengers cut-rate prices and streamlined services without sacrificing aviation industry standards or flight safety, AnadoluJet continues to make traveling to Anatolia more convenient than ever.
Founded in April 2008 and based in Ankara, AnadoluJet commenced operations with five aircraft. AnadoluJet, a subsidiary of Turkish Airlines, completed 2010 with a fleet of 22 B737-700 and B737-800 aircraft. Streamlining services without sacrificing aviation industry standards or flight safety, AnadoluJet offers budget-priced flights that are easy on the passenger’s pocket. In 2010 AnadoluJet continued to make luxury of traveling available for Anatolia.
Having begun to fly into short-runway airports with two ATR72-500 aircraft that it leases, AnadoluJet added Bursa, Balıkesir, Siirt, and Tokat to its domestic routes network. In 2009 AnadoluJet’s only international destination was in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. In 2010 the company added 13 new international connections to its network from airports in Ankara and İstanbul (Sabiha Gökçen): Amsterdam, Stockholm, Brussels, Copenhagen, Damascus, Domodedovo, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Tehran, Nakhichevan, Stansted, Moscow, and Vienna. Having started out with just 20 destinations, AnadoluJet completed 2010 with 49: 35 domestic and 14 international.
In 2010 AnadoluJet increased its capacity by 120.2% while achieving an 85.6% year-on rise in the number of passengers carried (5.3 million). There was a 90.5% increase in the number of the airline’s landings. AnadoluJet achieved seat occupancy ratings of 82.5% on its domestic routes and of 71.2% on its international routes. Its overall seat occupancy performance was 79.5%.
In 2010 AnadoluJet continued to fly from 49 locations: 35 domestic and 14 international
Streamlining services without sacrificing aviation industry standards or flight safety, AnadoluJet continued to offer budget-priced flights that are easy on the passenger's pocket and to make air travel not just a luxury but an affordable convenience for everyone in 2010.
AnadoluJet’s total ASK performance increased 120.2% year-on during 2010.