As part of its efforts to further develop its activities in the Greek market and promote Greek destinations, Turkish Airlines recently held a workshop in Athens, with the participation of 60 travel agencies from Greece and Málaga, Spain.
“Turkish Airlines seeks to further promote Athens and Thessaloniki as destinations included in its global network and gateways to Greece’s beauties,” said Turkish Airlines General Manager for Greece Alp Yavuzeser.
“Last year we served 550,000 customers, who traveled from and to Greece. We are proud to be part of the constantly developing Greek market and contribute for one more year to its record of arrivals,” he added.
Turkish Airlines is currently conducting 42 flights on a weekly basis, connecting Athens and Thessaloniki with Istanbul in Turkey.
From January to September 2018, the company carried more than 58 million passengers globally, which is up by 12 percent compared to the same period last year. Turkish Airlines has a fleet of 325 aircraft (passenger and cargo) conducting flights to 304 destinations around the world.