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Turkish Airlines Plans to Organize a Record Number
of Tourism-oriented Flights

Turkish Airlines is going to manage a record number of tourism-oriented flights this summer. Turkish Airlines (THY) bringing millions of foreign tourists together with the uniquely beautiful cities of Turkey, each year, will conduce to the country's tourism with its tourism-oriented flights in the summer season of 2022.



According to the statement made by the Turkish Airline Press Office, next summer, 388 weekly direct flights will be organized from Antalya, Dalaman, Bodrum-Milas and Izmir to 47 cities in 29 countries.

Turkish Airlines performing successfully despite the travel restrictions of countries in the Covid-19 epidemic plans to accelerate its rise in the sky with the direct flights it plans for the summer season. Direct flights, which promise short travel times and high comfort, are expected to be an important reason for the preference for foreign tourists.


The Demand for Flights to Turkey is Higher than Before the Epidemic

Turkish Airlines, which prepares its flight plans by analyzing the travel demands of its passengers, will organize a record number of tourism-oriented flights this summer. As the interest of foreign tourists to Turkey increases, day by day and the travel restrictions of countries are diminished.

Turkish airlines standing out as the most successful year before the epidemic organized 83 frequency flights to 30 destinations in the summer of 2019 and is planning 140 frequency direct flights to 38 destinations in the same period this year.

AnadoluJet, which started its international flights in 2020, will operate flights to touristic areas this summer. AnadoluJet will carry tourists from 39 destinations abroad to holiday destinations in the Mediterranean and Aegean with 248 weekly flights.

The United Kingdom, Germany, Lebanon, Russia and Israel come to the fore in the high demand from travel agencies and passengers for the summer period. AnadoluJet will operate weekly flights with 72 frequencies to 8 destinations in Germany, 35 frequencies to 2 destinations in the United Kingdom, and 24 frequencies to 1 destination in Lebanon.

Turkish Airlines, on the other hand, plans to organize the most direct tourism flights to the United Kingdom with 46 frequencies and to Russia with 22 frequencies.