Turkish Airlines S16 Short/Medium-Haul Frequency Changes

Inj85
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Turkish Airlines S16 Short/Medium-Haul Frequency Changes

Postby Inj85 » 10 Jan 2016, 16:29

To Ex-Yu:
Istanbul Ataturk – Ljubljana Increase from 10 to 14 weekly
Istanbul Ataturk – Podgorica Increase from 10 to 14 weekly

Rest of the world:
Istanbul Ataturk – Aalborg NEW 5 weekly terminator service (Overall increase from 7 to 12 weekly)
Istanbul Ataturk – Adler/Sochi Increase from 10 to 14 weekly
Istanbul Ataturk – Bari Increase from 4 to 5 weekly
Istanbul Ataturk – Billund NEW 5 weekly terminator service (Overall increase from 7 to 12 weekly)
Istanbul Ataturk – Birmingham Increase from 13 to 14 weekly
Istanbul Ataturk – Bologna eff 18MAY16 Increase from 17 to 20 weekly
Istanbul Ataturk – Bordeaux Increase from 7 to 10 weekly
Istanbul Ataturk – Budapest Service operates 27 weekly instead of 28
Istanbul Ataturk – Edinburgh Increase from 9 to 10 weekly
Istanbul Ataturk – Friedrichshafen 3 of 7 weekly service moves to morning departure from IST
Istanbul Ataturk – Helsinki Increase from 18 to 19 weekly
Istanbul Ataturk – Hurghada Increase from 7 to 10 weekly
Istanbul Ataturk – London Heathrow Increase from 37 to 38 weekly
Istanbul Ataturk – Malta Increase from 13 to 14 weekly
Istanbul Ataturk – Muenster Increase from 5 to 9 weekly
Istanbul Ataturk – Naples Operational frequencies currently displaying 10 weekly, instead of 14
Istanbul Ataturk – Novosibirsk Increase from 3 to 6 weekly
Istanbul Ataturk – Oslo Increase from 18 to 19 weekly
Istanbul Ataturk – Riga Increase from 7 to 11 weekly
Istanbul Ataturk – Sharm el Sheikh Increase from 7 to 10 weekly
Istanbul Ataturk – Tallinn Increase from 7 to 10 weekly
Istanbul Ataturk – Tbilisi Increase from 3 to 4 daily
Istanbul Ataturk – Valencia Increase from 7 to 11 weekly
Istanbul Ataturk – Vilnius Increase form 7 to 11 weekly

Source: airlineroute.net


Not too sure what a terminator route is though, although I feel like it has got something to do with Aalborg and Billund being pretty close to each other...

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