- Exhibition in the foyer
- Book on Hattusha
- Photography days approaching
- This month at Borusan
- Mona Lisa comes to Istanbul
- Snow festival at Sarıkamış
- Festival in Adana
- Ankara festival marks 25th year!
- Films for children
- Heart of world music beats in Antalya
- The dark side of the world
- The Dawn of Tomorrow
- Istanbul in Finland
- Announcement from Turkish Airlines
- AnadoluJet to start flights
- Miles partnership with Air New Zealand
- Turkish Airlines’ environmental sensitivity
- Turkish Airlines Marketing Summit 2008
- Aleppo flights get under way
- Cargo agents’ night
- 111’s of the month
- Direct flights from Antalya to Moscow
- Increase in Zagreb and Ljubljana flights
- Turkish Airlines is primary sponsor of national teams
- Ankara-Hatay flights starting
- 18 March Martyrs’ Day
- A world congress in Istanbul
- Turkish Airlines at Berlin ITB Fair
AnadoluJet to start flights
Turkish Airlines’ subsidiary AnadoluJet is starting flights on 23 April.
Headquartered in Ankara, AnadoluJet will offer a different approach to service with Economy class configuration, simple inflight meals and a different concept of luggage. Operating entirely under a Turkish Airlines’ license, AnadoluJet’s trademark management, aircraft maintenance, flight safety and transport obligations will carry the Turkish Airlines’ guarantee, and its quality of maintenance and safety will adhere one-on-one to Turkish Airlines standards. The cost benefit gained by economy class configuration and simplification of the additional services offered to passengers will be reflected in ticket prices, thus creating a ‘low-cost’ business model enabling broad masses of people to use air transport services.
Making domestic flights from its Ankara base in the initial phase, AnadoluJet in time will also introduce international routes, again from its Ankara headquarters. In the first phase, AnadoluJet will be flying six Boeing 737-400’s. The planes’ economy class configuration will be complete by 23 April. AnadoluJet’s flights, which will be made more attractive through campaigns offering lower fares for early reservations, constitute a new departure in civil aviation in Turkey. AnadoluJet is starting its flights with a campaign: All seats on all flights during the first week will cost TL 29 before taxes, and starting the second week the first 29 seats on each plane will again sell for TL 29 before taxes.