New carrier AJET to debut first flight 

New carrier AJET to debut first flight 

Ticket sales for AJET, Turkish Airlines’ wholly owned subsidiary, have opened ahead of its first flight on March 31 2024.  

Travellers can now book flights on the new airline’s website at

The low-cost airline, which has a fleet of 95 aircraft, will fly to 44 countries this summer

Flights will be operated to 93 destinations, including 41 domestic and 52 international. There will also be a range of services from the UK.

AJET will offer a “more modern, comfortable and accessible experience”. It plans to operate 200 aircraft within the next 10 years.

Plans for a network expansion are underway, with routes already added between Istanbul and London Stansted Airport, Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla Airport, Ankara Esenboğa Airport and Rome-Fiumicino Airport.

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