Turkish Airlines’ low-cost subsidiary AnadoluJet has recently launched a new flight service, connecting the capital of Turkey, Ankara, to London. The thrice weekly service will operate into London Stansted Airport.
The introduction of this new route is a significant step towards achieving their goal of bridging Anatolia to the world.
An Air Bridge Between Ankara and London
AnadoluJet’s flights between Ankara Esenboğa Airport and London Stansted Airport will operate three days a week, providing convenient travel options for passengers.
The flights are scheduled on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, making it easier than ever to explore the vibrant city of London or experience the unique cultural heritage of Ankara.
Last month the subsidiary airline also opened new services from İzmir to Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, as part of the global expansion program.
As of June 16, 2023, flights will operate three days a week between İzmir Adnan Menderes Airport and Heydar Aliyev International Airport.
Turkish Airlines Chief Commercial Officer’s statement
Kerem Sarp, the Chief Commercial Officer of Turkish Airlines, commented on behalf of the airline with regards to the new London route.
He stated, “Today, with the launch of Ankara-London flights, we are delighted to establish a new air bridge between the two countries.”
“We are diligently working to meet our guests’ expectations with our expanding flight network and competitive pricing policy under the privilege of AnadoluJet. I firmly believe that we will continue to crown these efforts with our successes.”
A Glimpse of London’s Splendor
London, situated on the banks of the majestic Thames River, boasts a rich history spanning over two millennia. It is renowned for being a global hub of arts, commerce, education, and healthcare.
The city’s allure lies in its seamless blend of modernity and tradition, making it a must-visit destination for travelers from all walks of life.
AnadoluJet is a low-cost regional airline based in Ankara, Turkey. It is a subsidiary of Turkish Airlines and operates domestic flights as well as flights to Northern Cyprus, Western Europe and Western Asia.
AnadoluJet was founded in 2008 and currently has a fleet of 81 aircraft. The airline’s main hubs are Sabiha Gökçen International Airport, Ankara Esenboga Airport, Antalya Airport, Dalaman Airport, and Ercan International Airport.