Atlasjet Airlines (Istanbul-Ataturk) is coming to London. Luton Airport has been selected at its airport of entry into this important summer market. The Turkish carrier will launch nonstop services from Istanbul (Ataturk) to London (Luton) on May 2 per Airline Route. The new route will operate four days a week with Airbus A320s.
Top Copyright Photo: Ton Jochems/AirlinersGallery.com (all others by Atlasjet). Airbus A320-232 TC-OGI (msn 640) taxies past the camera at Antalya.
Atlasjet Airlines (Atlasjet Havacilik A.S.) (Istanbul) has signed a letter of intent (LOI) to acquire 10 CS300 jetliners and take options on a further five CS300 aircraft.
Founded in 2001, Atlasjet operates 17 aircraft on domestic and international routes with scheduled and charter services. Atlasjet is operated and managed by Ersoy Turistik Servisleri (ETS), a conglomerate of travel companies with tourism offices across Turkey. Atlasjet operates domestic scheduled passenger services and regular charter flights to cities across Europe, Kazakhstan, Iraq and Saudi Arabia. Operating from its main base at Atatürk International Airport, Istanbul, the airline also has hubs at Adnan Menderes Airport, Izmir and Antalya Airport.
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Saudi Arabian Airlines (Jeddah) has taken delivery of its first new Airbus A320. A320-214 HZ-AS11 (msn 4015) was handed over yesterday (October 1). However it is not the first A320 to wear Saudi Arabian colors.