Turkish Airlines S17 long-haul operation changes as of 27OCT16

Turkish Airlines as of 27OCT16 has made additional aircraft update for summer 2017 long-haul operations. Majority of the changes appeared earlier this week has been reverted.

Planned changes as of 27OCT16 as follow.

Istanbul Ataturk – Bogota – Panama City – Istanbaul Ataturk eff 29MAR17 Airbus A330-200 continues 3 weekly operation, replacing previously planned 777-300ER
Istanbul Ataturk – Kuala Lumpur eff 26MAR17 Planned 2nd daily service is now removed in the latest schedule update. Currently service displays as 1 daily A330-300, instead of 1 daily each A330-300 and 777-300ER
Istanbul Ataturk – Miami eff 29MAY17 Boeing 777-300ER continues operation, replacing previously planned A330-200
Istanbul Ataturk – Tokyo Narita eff 27MAR17 Previously planned A330-300 service in S17 has switched back to 777-300ER

Previously reported adjustment remains unchanged at time this post goes to press:
Istanbul Ataturk – New York JFK eff 29MAY17 Service operates 2 daily 777-300ER and 1 daily A330-300, instead of previously planned 11 weekly 777-300ER and 10 weekly A330-300
Istanbul Ataturk – Singapore eff 30MAY17 Boeing 777-300ER replaces A330-300, 1 daily

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