AnadoluJet is now rising from Sabiha Gokcen Airport
AnadoluJet, as a trade mark of Turkish Airlines, has went into operation in 2008 starting with 20 flight points and 5 aircraft, in order to provide fast and economic transportation for Anatolian people. AnadoluJet offers more new flight opportunities to its passengers with the services to 41 flight points operating with a fleet of 22 aircraft which is aimed to be possessed during August as a part of 2010 summer schedule.
Effective by August 2nd, 2010, all the domestic and international round-trip flights carried out by Turkish Airlines from Sabiha Gokcen Airport will be operated by AnadoluJet. Due to being Sabiha Gokcen Airport the second hub after Esenboga Airport for AnadoluJet, passengers would have the chance of flying with much more economic prices. Sabiha Gokcen Airport, as a second hub, will contribute to the need of fast and more economic transportation of Istanbul.
The international round-trip flights from Sabiha Gokcen which will be carried out by AnadoluJet by August 2nd, 2010, will be Nicosia-Cyprus, Amsterdam, London-Stansted, Moscow-Sheremetyevo besides the current flights of Stockholm-Arlanda, Copenhagen, Nahcivan and the domestic round-trip flights will be İzmir-Adnan Menderes, Antalya, Adana plus to the current domestic flights of Ankara-Esenboga, Trabzon, Erzurum, Dalaman, Konya and Bodrum-Milas.
The detailed information about AnadoluJet, aiming at introducing Anatolian people with airplanes and flights, could be reached at 444 AJET (444 2538) Call Center or www.anadolujet.com website.
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