Turkish Airlines Increases Africa Capacity from late-June 2015

Turkish Airlines starting late-June 2015 is increasing capacity to a number of African destinations, either with operating by larger aircraft or frequency increase. Planned changes as follow.

eff 22JUN15 Istanbul Ataturk – Kinshasa – Libreville – Istanbul Ataturk Airbus A330-200 replaces Boeing 737-800/-900
TK589 IST1400 – 1940FIH2040 – 2210LBV2310 – 0830+1IST 332 x24

Overall service to Libreville increases from 3 to 5 weekly, and replaces existing 1-stop through Douala

eff 22JUN15 Istanbul Ataturk – Addis Ababa Airbus A330-200 replaces Boeing 737-800
TK676 IST1855 – 0015+1ADD 332 D
TK677 ADD0115 – 0635IST 332 D

eff 23JUN15 Istanbul Ataturk – Douala – Yaounde – Istanbul Ataturk NEW routing, 3 weekly. This is in addition to existing 4 weekly in opposite direction
TK667 IST1840 – 2330DLA0030+1 – 0130+1NSI0230+1 – 1120+1IST 73J 247

Overall service to Yaounde increases from 4 to 7 weekly

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Routes recognises the importance of enhancing intra-Africa air connectivity to stimulate economic development across the region.

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