The addition of a private Libyan company has increased the number of airlines operating at Istanbul Airport to 84. Berniq Airways started flights between Istanbul and the major Libyan port of Benghazi on May 8. The company, which is headquartered in Benghazi, will operate reciprocal flights between the Libyan city and the Turkish metropolis twice...
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Limak Yatirim Holding AS and Mapa Insaat AS are each selling their 20% stakes in the operating company IGA Havalimani Isletmeleri AS, according to Bloomberg. The two remaining partners Kalyon Insaat AS and Cengiz Insaat AS will raise their holdings to 55% and 45%, respectively, after the transaction, the people with direct knowledge of the matter said, asking not to be identified...
Turkish Airlines cancels more than 200 Istanbul flights
The national flag carrier Turkish Airlines has cancelled some 205 flights set to operate on Thursday as heavy snow is predicted in Istanbul. “Due to expected severe weather conditions in Istanbul, some of our flights from/to the Istanbul and Sabiha Gokcen airports scheduled to operate on March 10 are canceled,” the airline said in a...
THY extends suspension of flights due to heavy snowfall in Istanbul
The national flag carrier Turkish Airlines suspended its flights to and from Istanbul Airport till Wednesday midnight (GMT 2100) due to heavy snowfall in the city. “Authorities continue to work to make our airports and transportation routes ready for our flights,” Yahya Ustun, Turkish Airlines’ senior vice president for media relations, said on Twitter. Earlier,...