Turkish Airlines will release the 10th US gateway in Newark, New Jersey on May 21, 2021. Global airlines are offering four weekly flights to and from Istanbul through the end of May, increasing the frequency of daily flights on June 1st.
With a hub in the heart of the new Istanbul Airport, which will be the largest in the world when completed, Turkish Airlines will fly to 320 destinations in 127 countries on five continents with more than 60 destinations in a three-hour flight. It’s in a strategic position to connect to the ground. Newark, NJ Gateway will be the airline’s 321st Ahead.
The first flight, TK29, departs Istanbul Airport (IST) at 6:50 p.m. on May 21, 2021 and arrives at Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) at 10:40 p.m. The TK30 flight from Newark Liberty International Airport departs at 00:05 the next day, May 22, 2021, and arrives at Istanbul Airport at 16:50. All times are local time.
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During the 2020 calendar year, Turkish Airlines was able to fly 28 million passengers with an impressive load factor of 71% and maintain a robust route network to make critical connections in uncertain times. I did. Turkish Airlines announced that it closed the year as Europe’s busiest airline in terms of flight numbers and one of the five largest airlines in the world. According to Eurocontrol, Turkish Airlines reached an average of 493 daily flights to 208 destinations worldwide, although flights to certain destinations were suspended on May 5, 2021. This is considered to be the busiest airline that operates flights.
In addition, Istanbul Airport was Europe’s most successful airport in December 2020, outperforming its competitors despite losing 68% of its traffic. Results supported by the performance of Turkish Airlines. From April 15-21, 2021, Istanbul Airport was classified as the busiest airport with 567 departures and arrivals.
Premium on-board restaurants, including hot food and drinks previously restricted by the pandemic, recently reopened on all business and economy class flights over 2 hours and 15 minutes. Versace equipment kits and Denon active noise canceling headphones are also available on international business class flights.
Health and safety remain a top priority for the airline as new flight routes and services are revitalized. Turkish Airlines is the best of APEX (Airline Passenger Experience Association) for health safety with Simply Flying as the airline constantly strives to ensure the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene that are considered appropriate for less than 10 airlines. Awarded with the status “Diamond”. In June 2020, Turkish Airlines announced “Safe Travel Guidelines” and two new in-flight health protocols. A “hygiene kit” with face masks, disinfectants, disinfectant tissue and flights to implement all hygiene and social distance measures on board. In addition, with Turkish Airlines Extra Care, the airlines have released a new animated safety video with Dr. Oz, the airline’s global ambassador, created to pursue the travel experience passengers expect when flying on today’s global airlines. I introduced it to someone.
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