Start Of Turkish Airlines 2009-2010 Winter Timetable

Implementing its winter timetable on 25 October, Turkish Airlines has included international flights originating from Istanbul’s Sabiha Gökçen Airport. With flights to London, Moscow, Amsterdam, Cologne, Berlin, Stuttgart and Hannover, Turkish Airlines this winter has also added two flights a day from Sabiha Gökçen to Adana to its regular domestic flights to Ankara, Izmir and Antalya.

Parallel with the expansion of its long-haul fleet, Turkish Airlines is planning to continue on its winter timetable the flights to Chicago, Seoul, Singapore, Jakarta, Johannesburg-Capetown, and Lagos that were already added to its 2009 summer timetable. In addition to the flights made by its subsidiary AnadoluJet, Turkish Airlines is also going to offer Ankara-Izmir flights under its own brand name.