Turkish, Finnish flag carriers sign codeshare deal

Flag carriers of Turkey and Finland have signed a codeshare agreement to expand destinations in networks of both Turkish Airlines and Finnair.

Set to begin on Sept. 29, the deal on flights between Istanbul and Helsinki and beyond will open up new destinations for travelers, Turkish Airlines said in a statement on Sept. 23. 

Turkish Cargo ranks 3rd among global brands in June

Turkish Cargo ranked third among the world's top global freighters in June, a statement said on Aug. 5.


The subsidiary of national flag carrier Turkish Airlines jumped three positions from last year.

Turkish Cargo had the "largest growth ratio among the top 25 air cargo carriers, with a 5.7% market share in June 2021," the statement said.

Brussels Airlines returns to Ljubljana airport

Brnik – Air carriers keep returning to Ljubljana airport as, after more than a one-year break due to the Covid-19 pandemic, a Brussels Airlines aircraft touched down at Brnik again on Monday. The flag carrier of Belgium currently operates three flights a week to and from Ljubljana, and the number of flights is expected to increase.

Turkish Airlines signals comeback to pre-pandemic levels

Turkey's flag carrier on June 5 announced a 15-month daily flight record in Europe, indicating a strong recovery from the pre-pandemic era.

Despite the significant impact of pandemic-linked concerns on the aviation sector, Turkish Airlines operated 863 flights on June 4 alone, according to a press release.