Turkish Airlines will launch new flights to Jakarta via Singapore later this summer, it has been confirmed.
The carrier will begin flying to Indonesia’s capital and largest city from Istanbul on August 30th following a stop-off in Singapore
Turkey’s national airline, which serves 117 international destinations, currently operates flights to Singapore five times per week.
Last month, Turkish Airlines introduced three-times-weekly flights to Sweden’s second-largest city, Goteborg, its second Swedish destination.
The carrier, which is one of the world’s fastest-growing airlines, recently entered into a frequent flyer partnership with Jet Airways.
This looks set to increase its profile in India, with Turkish Airlines already operating flights to Mumbai and Delhi from Istanbul on a daily basis.
Ataturk International Airport forms the carrier’s main hub, while it also has secondary bases at Esenboga International Airport and Adnan Menderes International Airport.
Last year, Turkish Airlines carried 22.5 million passengers, a notable rise from 2007’s figure of 19.7 million.