Turkish Airlines Launches Double Daily Flights From Birmingham

Turkish Airlines has launched its double daily services between Birmingham and Istanbul increasing the volume of seats on sale from the Midlands and providing 289 onward global connections from Istanbul.

This increased capacity gives passengers greater choice and flexibility, which is particularly beneficial for business travellers and those travelling long haul.



The airline has experienced a significant level of growth since it started operating from Birmingham Airport with five services a week to Istanbul in December 2008. By increasing its frequency every year, the airline has now reached 14 flights weekly.

Paul Kehoe, Chief Executive, Birmingham Airport, added, “I congratulate the Turkish Airlines team on doing a great job here in the region and increasing passenger numbers year-on-year, and for further committing to Birmingham Airport and the wider region.


“Turkish Airlines is an award winning carrier and long-standing partner of ours which has gone from strength to strength serving hundreds of thousands of passengers from our catchment. The Turkish Airlines in-flight product is first class and extremely popular with its customers, which is demonstrated by more and more people choosing to experience the service, reliability and affordability it offers from Birmingham and beyond.”


Selim Ozturk, General Manager for Birmingham, Turkish Airlines, said, “Birmingham Airport is a hugely successful base for us and we have grown significantly over the past eight years. This double daily announcement gives passengers even more choice and with 289 onward destinations via Istanbul throughout the Middle East, the Far East and Africa, Birmingham Airport really is the gateway to the world with our award winning airline.”

To view latest offers on Turkish Airlines flights please visit www.thy.com or alternatively call the airline’s reservation number on  0844 800 66 66.


Renew or change your cookie consent
Cookie settings
Book Flights Book Parking Order Currency Book Taxi