Turkish Airlines Could Beat Pre-Pandemic Traffic This Summer

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Turkish Airlines is positive about its potential customers for the upcoming years and is seeking to go back to and surpass 2019 traveler numbers and load elements for the summertime flying season.

” Turkish Airlines was among the providers that carried out finest throughout the high season in 2015. We might have a much better efficiency this year compared to 2019,” Chairman Ilker Ayci informed Reuters today. “However, it will not be up until 2023 that we reach 2019 full-year figures.”

The airline company validated bring 44.8 million travelers in 2021 with a typical load aspect of 67.9%. Throughout 2021, Turkish Airlines airplane pressed back 326,000 times. While it is not as strong as the 2019 numbers when 74.3 million individuals flew with Turkish Airlines, its Chairman states the numbers are altering in the ideal instructions.

This summer season, Turkish Airways will perform 132 weekly flights into America (a typical of nineteen flights an afternoon). Numerous areas will see double day-by-day flights. Together with its existing 11 airports in America, Turkish Airways has actually begun flights to Denver, Seattle, and Detroit likewise are on the horizon.

Source: Reuters

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