Turkish Airlines Boeing 737-900ER at Mombasa. By Kurt Hoffman Turkish Airlines last week inaugurated its 5X-weekly Boeing 737-900ER Istanbul-Kilimanjaro-Mombasa-Ataturk flights, bringing the number of destinations in Africa to 33. Speaking to ATW onboard the inaugural flight, CEO Temel Kotil said, “Soon our network in Africa will show 40 destinations. In all, 50 cities will be served from Ataturk, which is a good number.” Turkish Airlines is considering new routes from ...

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