April 13, 2024
Turkish Airlines, one of the world’s leading airlines, has announced a 10-year plan aimed at doubling the size of its operations. The ambitious growth plan was unveiled by the airline’s CEO, Ilker Ayci, who outlined the company’s vision for expansion during a press conference in Istanbul.
Under the new plan, Turkish Airlines aims to increase its fleet size to 800 aircraft by 2030, up from its current fleet of 400 planes. The airline also plans to expand its global network, with a focus on increasing its presence in Africa, Asia, and South America.
The airline’s expansion strategy also includes the development of a new Istanbul airport hub, which is set to become one of the world’s largest aviation hubs. The new airport, which is expected to be completed in 2025, will have an initial capacity of 90 million passengers per year, with plans to eventually increase that number to 200 million.
Speaking at the press conference, Ayci said: “We are very excited to announce this ambitious growth plan for Turkish Airlines. Our aim is to become one of the world’s largest and most successful airlines, and we believe that we have the resources and the talent to achieve this goal.”
The Turkish government has also expressed its support for the airline’s growth plan, with the Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, Adil Karaismailoglu, stating that the government is committed to providing the necessary infrastructure and regulatory framework to support Turkish Airlines’ expansion.
The airline’s 10-year plan is expected to create thousands of new jobs, both within the company and in related industries, and is seen as a major boost for the Turkish economy. With Turkish Airlines already recognized as a major player in the global aviation industry, the company’s growth plan is set to make an even bigger impact on the world stage in the years to come.

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