Turkish Airlines to up flights to Pakistan
ISLAMABAD - Anatolia News Agency
Turkish Airlines Chief Executive Temel KotilTurkish Airlines General Manager Temel Kotil has said the airline wants to increase its number of flights to Pakistan to 28 per week.
Kotil visited Pakistan in order to negotiate an increase in the number of Turkish Airlines flights to the country. “Turkish Airlines currently flies seven times a week to Karachi and Islamabad. We want to increase this number to 28 flights to different cities in Pakistan, and we will speak with Pakistani officials about this,” Kotil said.
Kotil said talks with Pakistan’s Civil Aviation Headquarters had been successful. “We expect our talks to be confirmed shortly, and I will meet with Pakistan’s national carrier PIA’s General Manager Rao Qamar Suleman. Hopefully we will get some positive results,” he said.