Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Turkish Airlines has officially confirmed that it will be increasing its capacity on offer to China from July 2009 by replacing its current triangular Istanbul-Beijing-Shanghai flights with dedicated nonstop flights in the following manner:
PVG - will get 5 weekly nonstop terminator flights using an A 332.
PEK - will also get 5 weekly nonstop terminator flights using an A 332.
Turkish Airlines has revealed on the GDS capacity changes on its regional flights for the summer peak season only due to higher demand for seats during this time. The main highlights are as follows:
BEY - frequencies increased to double daily nonstop using a B 738 from this week.
NBO - frequencies increased from 3 to 5 weekly flights from July.
OSL - frequencies increased from 5 weekly to daily flights from Aug.
TUN - frequencies increased from 5 weekly to daily effective next week.
TK too confirmed that it has been allowed by the Japanese Govt to increase flights to Tokyo Narita airport to 6 weekly services from March 29th 2010. Currently, it flies the route 4 times a week.