Turkish Airlines is to start a regular flight between Kharkiv (Ukraine) and Istanbul (Turkey) in 2011.
"As early as in 2011, Turkish Airlines will fly from Kharkiv," Director General of the company's representative office in Ukraine Erol Akcal said in an interview with the Kontrakty weekly.
"After Kharkiv, the next on the list is Zaporizhia."
However, he did not give the exact date for the launch of the flight, or its frequency.
According to him, the airline also plans to increase the frequency of flights to Kyiv, Odesa, Donetsk, and Dnipropetrovsk.
Currently, flights between Kharkiv and Istanbul are serviced by Turkey's Pegasus Airlines.
Turkish Airlines was set up in 1933. Its fleet includes nine Airbus 340s, eleven Airbus 330s, twenty-one Airbus 321s, twenty-five Airbus 320s, five Airbus 319s, eight Boeing 777s, and sixty-nine Boeing 737s. Interfax-Ukraine
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