The esteemed airline, Turkish Airlines, has publicized its plans to intensify flight operations on its routes leading to three prominent destinations, specifically in the United Kingdom, Estonia, and Montenegro.
Insiders have reported that the airline, which is a pillar in Turkey's national aviation sector, is geared up to scale its Istanbul-London Gatwick route operations. While the current schedule holds 20 frequencies per week, the airline is set to make a leap to 21 flights weekly, with these changes being implemented from October 29th onwards.
Further announcements from Turkish Airlines have shed light on enhancements in its operations on the Istanbul-Tallinn route. The current frequency, standing at 7 flights weekly, will witness a substantial increment to 10 weekly flights, with this revised schedule kicking in from October 29th.
The Podgorica route, which has been the recipient of an overwhelming passenger demand, is not left behind in this wave of expansions. Starting October 29th, the airline will elevate its operations from a present 14 flights per week to an impressive 18 flights, addressing the rising demand of its clientele.