Turkish Airlines has announced a series of line openings between November 2018 and July 2019. The company will connect Istanbul to Banjul (Gambia) and Moroni (Comoros) this winter, as well as Marrakech (Morocco) and Sharjah (UAE) in spring.
The Lufthansa Group (which includes Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines, Swiss, Eurowings and Brussels Airlines) has a good tailwind in France, having transported 6.5 million passengers (+ 15%) on 736 weekly flights (+ 7%).
Aigle Azur is the second French company to touch down in Brazil and China. Since this summer, the carrier has been connecting Sao Paulo Viracopos and Orly, proposing five flights a week. The carrier also inaugurated three flights a week to Beijing. Both lines are operated with Airbus A330-200s with two service classes. In Europe this autumn, the company is launching Paris-Milan and Lyon- Nantes and moves up to 12 flights weekly on the Paris Orly-Berlin Tegel route.