Turkish Airlines will launch seven new routes to major European cities from Sabiha Gokcen Airport this winter.
Flights to Berlin will operate four times a week from Istanbul’s main airport, while three flights a week will operate to Hannover.
The carrier will also operate daily flights to Moscow, London, Cologne, Stuttgart and Amsterdam, while a new route to Adana will be launched on November 9th.
Turkey’s agricultural capital will become the airline’s fifth domestic destination. Adana is also the country’s fifth most populous city.
Elsewhere, Turkish Airlines will introduce weekly flights to Antalya from Dusseldorf on October 3rd.
This comes shortly after the airline revealed that it had transported over 400,000 passengers at the German airport year, making it Dusseldorf’s fifth-largest carrier.
Turkish Airlines is a four-star carrier and has a fleet of 130 aircraft flying to 155 destinations around the world.
A total of 119 of these are international, while 36 are domestic.