Turkish Airlines is set to launch flights to four new destinations in four different countries, the air carrier announced Monday.
Turkiye’s flagship airline will begin flights to the northwestern US city of Seattle on May 27 and South Sudan’s capital Juba on June 1, CEO Bilal Eksi wrote on Twitter.
In addition, flights will start to Bukhara, Uzbekistan on June 7 and Tivat on Montenegro’s southwestern coast on June 11.
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Turkish Airlines saw a net profit of $161 million in the first quarter of this year, while its revenue totaled $3.1 billion this January-March.
A total of 12.7 million passengers were carried by the airline during the first quarter, with an occupancy rate of 83.6% on domestic flights and 68.6% on international flights.