AnadoluJet launches flights to Europe…

AnadoluJet, as a trade mark of Turkish Airlines, has went into operation in 2008 starting with its 20 Ankara-based flight points. As the time proceeds, after increasing its flight points to 26 from Ankara-Esenboga Airport and Istanbul-Sabiha Gokcen Airport along with its young fleet, efficient connecting tariffs, economic ticket fares, renewed aircraft interior services,  AnadoluJet will launch international direct flights to Europe’s various countries during June 2010.        

After Ankara-Damascus-Ankara flights, launched on March 4th, 2010, AnadoluJet has been planning with its newly-joint airplanes to start 12 direct international flights from Ankara to Stockholm, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Vienna, Tehran, Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris and London.

Effective by June 1st, 2010, the direct flights to Stockholm, the capital and the center city of culture, politics, media and economics of Sweden, will be realized as follows;

Ankara-Stokholm Departure / Arrival
Monday, Thursday, Sunday 23:50     01:55
Stokholm-Ankara Departure / Arrival
Monday-Tuesday-Friday 02:45     07:15
Sabiha Gökçen-Stokholm Departure / Arrival
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 23:55     02:10
Stokholm-Sabiha Gökçen Departure / Arrival
Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday 02:55    07:05

(All times are in LMT.)

The detailed information about AnadoluJet, aiming at introducing Anatolian people with airplanes and flights, could be reached at 444 AJET (444 2538) Call Center or website.

Turkish Airlines, Inc.
Media Relations

17.03.2013 Updated