Anadolujet and Turkish Airlines are thinning out in Germany and Austria

Turkish Airlines in Stuttgart (Photo: Robert Spohr).
Turkish Airlines in Stuttgart (Photo: Robert Spohr).

Anadolujet and Turkish Airlines are thinning out in Germany and Austria

Turkish Airlines in Stuttgart (Photo: Robert Spohr).
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The airline Turkish Airlines temporarily suspends some connections from Germany or does not start them as originally announced. The Ankara-Graz connection planned under the Anadolujet brand is also off the table.

From Hanover, a total of four destinations are affected. These are Ankara (Anadolujet), Adana, Gaziantep and Kayseri. The first-named destination is to be temporarily paused until September 2022. Turkish Airlines will temporarily not fly to Adana from Nuremberg. Apart from a single lap, the Kayseri destination is not included.

The low-cost brand Anadolujet is also suspending Ankara flights from Munich, Hamburg and Berlin-Brandenburg. The non-stop connection to the capital of Turkey announced from Graz was completely canceled, confirmed Turkish Airlines. One reserves the right to start this at a later date, but neither a date nor a reason for the Graz deletion was given.

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