Turkish Airlines has revealed ambitious expansion plans in Europe and the United States. The airline aims to expand its reach by introducing six European cities to its network, three African cities, two Asian destinations, two cities in North America and one in the Middle East.
This airline is still the airline serving the largest number of destinations around the world, providing frequencies to 287 destinations (departing from fifty three airports in Turkey) spread over countries located in four continents.
Turkish Airlines intends to expand its international flight network in parallel with the reinforcement of its fleet which will have to accommodate one hundred and ninety-six aircraft by the end of 2027, including A350-900s, Boeing 787-9s and A321neos.
The report it released in September last year reflects the airline’s strong commitment to expansion and growth. The Turkish company has expanded its network in recent years and has always maintained its position as one of the largest airlines in the world. With the addition of these fourteen new destinations, Turkish Airlines continues to demonstrate its unwavering commitment to providing its customers with the best travel experience possible.
New flights connecting turkey to the United States
During the previous year, Turkish Airlines inaugurated flights to three new destinations in the North American country, namely: Newark, Dallas/Fort Worth and Seattle, knowing that it already serves eight other cities in the country. image of Miami, San Fransisco, New York, Boston, Washington/Dulles. In total, the Turkish air operator operates 210 weekly connections offering 67,000 seats.