Turkish Airlines (TK) will double its African destinations by 2013 as it continues to develop the African market.
Turkish Airlines A340-300 at IST. By Rob Finlayson Turkish Airlines (TK) will double its African destinations by 2013 as it continues to develop the African market. Speaking on the sidelines of the IATA Annual General Meeting in Beijing, TK CEO Temel Kotil told ATW the carrier now serves 20 cities in Africa. “By the end of this year we [will] go to 30 destinations in Africa … we [would] like to have 40 next year,” Kotil said, adding that the carrier will operate ...
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