Turkish Airlines plans to expand operations in India

Describing India as a favoured market, Turkish Airlines' Chairman of the Board and Executive Committee Ilker Ayci said on Tuesday that the company is keen on expanding its operations to various parts in India like Chennai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad. "India is a market that is close to our heart. But unfortunately we have a problem of getting permission to fly. We want to fly to Chennai, Bangalore and Hyderabad. We are right now flying to Delhi and Mumbai," Ayci told reporters on the sidelines of a press meet at the headquarters of the national carrier. Turkish Airlines started operations in India in 2004 with Delhi. It now has seven flights from Delhi and Mumbai in a week. The airline operates in Asia & Pacific region, Europe, North America, Middle East, Africa and Latin America. It gets most of its traffic from Asia & Pacific region. It touches around 116 countries and 294 destinations, including 243 international destinations. Courtesy: The Economic Times


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