Anadologet Increases Frequencies IAS

Turkish Airlines’ subsidiary adds flights on the Istanbul-Tel Aviv-Istanbul route between August 17-31

Anadologet aircraft, an airline owned by Turkish Airlines. Company photography

Anadologet, The Turkish airline owned by Turkish Airlines, based in Ankara, increases frequencies on the Istanbul-Tel Aviv-Istanbul flight between August 17-31 and switches to 5 weekly flights to Sabiha Gokchen Airport (SAW).

Anadologet was founded on April 23, 2008, the fleet has 57 aircraft and the company operates flights at 43 airports to 68 destinations. To date, the airline has flown about 100 million passengers since its inception. Anadologet began operating international flights from Sabiha Gokchen Airport on March 29, 2020.

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