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Turkish Airlines marks a significant milestone with its first flight to Melbourne

Turkish Airlines has achieved a landmark moment in its 90-year history by landing in Melbourne for the first time, establishing a direct route to Istanbul and providing access to Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. This new service positions Melbourne as Turkish Airlines’ 346th destination, marking the first Australian city to be included in its

Turkish Airlines expands codeshare agreement with PIA for EU/UK flights

Turkish Airlines has reportedly now approved a codeshare agreement with Pakistan International Airlines, following the banning of PIA operations in the UK and the European Union. Under the new agreement, Pakistani passengers will be able to travel onboard Turkish Airlines operated aircraft from Istanbul to London and Birmingham in the UK, as well as Milan,

Turkish Airlines resumes international air service

After resuming domestic flights at the start of June, officials with the Turkish Transport Ministry hoped to recommence international service on Wednesday this week. At the time, Minister Adil Karaismailoglu said that flights would resume 10 June to a handful of destinations, including Northern Cyprus, Greece, Bahrain, Bulgaria and Qatar. Though a failure to secure

Thursday airline updates: Ethiopian considering rescue of smaller African airlines

Ethiopian Airlines, the largest airline in Africa, has stated it is ready to rescue other airlines within the continent including the failing South African Airways. This comes despite Ethiopian having its own difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Chief executive Tewolde GebreMariam has also stated he wants to rescue Air Mauritius, which has gone into


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