Turkish Airlines: Two more A350-900 join its fleet
Turkish Airlines is diversifying and increasing its fleet by announcing that it has acquired two additional A350-900 type aircraft. The number of aircraft of this model in the fleet served by the national company has risen to eleven.
According to Flightradar24, the two aircraft were delivered to Turkish Airlines on August 2. The flights took off from Toulouse airport at 3:24 p.m. and 3:45 p.m. respectively. Turkish Airlines has not disclosed any details on when they will first operate and roll out on its commercial air routes.
The A350-900 model aircraft used by Turkish Airlines, and deployed on its commercial flights, are equipped with 329 seats spread over two Economy (297) and Business (32) cabins. In particular, they are operated on flights that connect Istanbul to Tashkent, Cape Town, New York – JFK and Casablanca. The Turkish national company provides up to six daily departures using these devices.