- Stars Of Filmoctober
- Writing İstanbul
- Deciphering The Codes Of The Past
- The Dance Of Being İstanbulite
- Big Finds At Küçükçekmece
- Sounds Of Jazz On Screen
- The Gates Of Paradise
- Harvest Time Is Here
- Gauguin In London
- Did You Say ‘Electronic Music’?
- From Whence Your Inspiration
- Solmaz Kamuran’s Budapest
- Little Known Spots In Bolu
- Embraced By The Sea
- Long-Weekend In Lisbon
- Fiftieth Anniversary Of Turkish Airlines’ Flights To Germany Celebrated
- Gala For The 10th Year Of The Czech Republic
- The Friendship Of Turkish Airlines And Bosnia-Herzegovina Airlines
- Aid To Pakistan From Turkish Airlines
- Turkish Airlines’ Iftar For Oic Ambassadors
- Fourteen Ceos In Istanbul
- A Golden Spider For Our Website
- Anadolujet Now On Miles&Smiles
- An Award To Turkish Airlines From Russia
- Turkish Airlines Is Sponsor To The Thailand Open With Nadal
- TurKish Airlines’ Stamp On The World Archery Cup
From Whence Your Inspiration
Books reflect their source of inspiration to their readers. Which one appeals to you? History, philosophy, fairytale?
INSPIRED BY HISTORY
‘Clarissa’ is a novel set in the first thirty years of the 20th century. In other words, during some of the greatest transformations Europe has ever seen. In his novel, Stefan Zweig describes the atmosphere of the period between the two wars through a protagonist by the name of Clarissa.
INSPIRED BY FAIRYTALE
The Happy Prince
Fairytales portray man in his most innocent state. Using this as a springboard, Oscar Wilde took his inspiration from the world’s oldest fairytales to pen fresh new stories in ‘The Happy Prince’. Treating the most basic human values, Wilde’s fairy stories will spawn the writing of many new tales.
INSPIRED BY PHILOSOPHY
The Hated Son
Set in 16th century Normandy, ‘The Hated Son’ is a novel that arose out of the ‘philosophical investigations’ of Balzac, who devoted his life to his great series, ‘The Human Comedy’. Through the character of a boy protagonist who is close to nature yet cut off from life, the novels opens up new intellectual horizons for its readers.