Turkish Airlines W11 International Operation Changes as of 15SEP11

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As per 15SEP11 GDS timetable display, latest changes to planned Turkish Airlines’ Winter 2011/12 International operation as follows.

As always additional changes remain possible:

Istanbul – Algiers Daily Airbus A330-300 operation
Istanbul – Amman 2 Daily Airbus A321 service
Istanbul – Baghdad Daily 737-800 service, replacing -700
Istanbul – Damascus Service to continue operates Daily, reduced from 18 weekly in W10. Daily 737-800 service
Istanbul – Dammam Airbus A320 replaces A319, 3 weekly
Istanbul – Donetsk Boeing 737-700 and -800 operates 2 weekly each. (Increase from 2 to 4 weekly from late-Sep 2011)
Istanbul – Genoa Increase from 4 weekly to 5 weekly. Service continues to be operated by Airbus A319
Istanbul – Kazan Boeing 737-800 replaces -700, 2 weekly service (Previously planned 1 of 2 weekly -800 replacing -700)
Istanbul – Lisbon 5 weekly Boeing 737-700 service. Planned 1 of 5 weekly service operated by -800 is shelved
Istanbul – Naples Planned Boeing 737-800 replacing Airbus A319 is shelved
Istanbul – New York JFK 11 weekly service operates with Boeing 777-300ER, replaces Daily 777 and 4 weekly A330-300
Istanbul – Rome Reduce from 18 to 14 weekly, same as W10. Previously planned to operate 17 weekly
Istanbul – Skopje Planned 2 of 7 weekly service operated by A319 instead of A320 is shelved
Istanbul – Sofia Reduce from 11 weekly to 9 weekly (Previously planned 10 weekly, but remains overall increase from Daily in W10)
Istanbul – Thessaloniki Airbus A319 replaces Airbus A320, 4 weekly. Previously planned 737-800 operating shelved
Istanbul – Turin Planned 3 weekly service operated by Boeing 737-800 instead of A319 is shelved
Istanbul – Valencia Planned 4 weekly service operated by Boeing 737-800 instead of A319 is shelved

Previously mentioned changes:
Istanbul – Baku Reduce from 28 to 24 weekly (Remains overall increase from 21 weekly in W10)
Istanbul – Bangkok – Ho Chi Minh 3 weekly of Daily service operates with Boeing 777-300ER instead of A340-300
Istanbul – Beirut Reduce from 21 to 17 weekly (Remains overall increase from 14 weekly in W10)
Istanbul – Dakar eff 08DEC11 Boeing 737-900ER replaces -800, 3 weekly (Outbound flight operates nonstop, replace technical stop in Tunis)
Istanbul – Delhi Airbus A330-200 replace -300, Daily
Istanbul – Dar es Salaam eff 09DEC11 4 weekly Boeing 737-900ER replaces 3 weekly 1-stop A330
Istanbul – Dubai Airbus A330-300 operates 11 weekly, A321 3 weekly
Istanbul – Hanover Increase from 11 to 12 weekly (Overall increase from Daily in W10)
Istanbul – Johannesburg – Cape Town Increase from 5 weekly to Daily, Airbus A330-300 operating
Istanbul – Los Angeles 5 weekly Boeing 777-300ER (increase from 4 weekly from 31AUG11)
Istanbul – Mumbai Airbus A330-300 replace -200, Daily service
Istanbul – Nairobi eff 22DEC11 Boeing 737-900ER operates Daily round-trip terminator service
Istanbul – Nairobi – Dar es Salaam Airbus A330-300 replace -200, 3 weekly until 08DEC11
Istanbul – Nuremberg 10 weekly Boeing 737-800 service in Winter, overall increase from Daily A320 in W10
Istanbul – Osaka Winter service operates 5 weekly, same as S11. Overall increase from 4 weekly in W10
Istanbul – Prague Reduce from 14 to 12 weekly
Istanbul – Riyadh – Sana’a Daily A320, replace Nonstop 4 weekly A319 service in W10
Istanbul – Singapore – Jakarta 4 of 7 weekly operated by Airbus A340-300, replaces A330-200
Istanbul – Stuttgart Reduce from 21 to 18 weekly (Remains overall increase from 14 weekly in W10)
Istanbul – Sulaymaniyah Boeing 737-800 replace Airbus A319, 4 weekly
Istanbul – Washington Winter service operates 6 weekly with Airbus A330-200 (increase from 5 weekly from 29AUG11)

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