Thursday, February 19, 2009
Turkish Airlines has revealed further changes to its world wide route network for the Summer 09 IATA season. The main highlights are as follows:
DXB - capacity increased to daily A 343 + daily A 321; same plane service 3 times a week to ORD via IST.
KHI - capacity increased from 4 weekly B 738s to 4 weekly A 321s.
ORD - capacity increased from daily A 332 to 3 weekly A 343s + 4 weekly A 332s.
JFK - capacity increased to 3 weekly A 343s + 5 weekly A 332s.
LHR - capacity increased to 9 weekly B 773ERs + 12 weekly A 321s.
THR - frequencies increased to double daily flights all flown with A 321s.
DKR/GRU - frequencies increased from 2 to 3 weekly flights using an A 343.
ALA - frequencies increased from 10 to 11 weekly flights and capacity too increased to all flights being operated by an A 321 rather than a B 738.
AMM - frequencies increased from 11 weekly to double daily; also capacity increased to double daily flights using an A 321.
BEY - capacity increased from daily B 738 to daily A 321s.
CMN - frequencies increased from 4 weekly to daily flights; capacity also increased to A 321s.
DAM - capacity increased to daily A 321 + 3 weekly B 738 + 2 weekly A 319.
KRT - frequencies increased to daily flights from 5 weekly; all operating with B 738s.
STN - capacity increased to daily A 321 operated flights.
MAD - capacity increased to 9 weekly A 321s + weekly B 738.
CDG - capacity increased to 4 daily flights all using A 321s.