We proceed on our path with full commitment to the promises we have made. On all domestic flights with AnadoluJet, tickets purchased at least nine days before travel will cost 59 TL. Our campaign began on February 15 and will last until April 5, 2010.
Following the addition of flights to Cyprus from Ankara and Hatay, flights from Ankara to Damascus – which will be AnadoluJet’s new international location – will commence on March 4. We have kept the rates for our Damascus route, which is close in distance to that from Ankara to Van and lasts just an hour and 40 minutes, in the same category as our domestic routes. We hope you won’t be missing the chance to take advantage of our 59 Euro all-inclusive one-way sale on all seats during the first month of the spring season. As the visa requirement has been waived for Turkish citizens, your passport will be all you need to bring along. Our flights from Damascus – a highly attractive destination due to its historic and touristic riches – to Ankara are scheduled on Thursdays and Sundays at 2:00 PM. Tuesday flights will be added at the beginning of April for a total of three flights a week on the Ankara-Damascus route. All passengers connecting through Ankara will only pay an additional 15 Euro fee for one-way connections; for instance, the total one-way charge for Izmir-Ankara-Damascus will be 74 Euro*.
As it enters its second year, AnadoluJet – which, with the addition of its second international destination, will take passengers from all over Anatolia beyond our country’s borders through Ankara – is preparing to unveil new international routes departing from Ankara under its 2009-2010 summer schedule. The AnadoluJet venture, which began in April 2008 with five aircraft, is rapidly expanding; as part of the summer schedule, its fleet will grow to 16 aircraft. We thank you for your trust in Anatolia’s “jet” and for the support you have shown.
On January 27 and 30, 2010, we brought two groups of students and teachers from Elbistan Kalealtı Harun Özalp Kılınç Primary School from Kahramanmaraş to Ankara as part of a social outreach project conducted by TAV Airports, BTA Catering and AnadoluJet. We experienced much joy in welcoming our country’s teachers and students at Esenboğa Airport and Ankara. AnadoluJet will continue to take part in and sincerely support these projects.
Between the 11th and 14th of February, 2010, AnadoluJet met with tourism professionals and passengers at its booth at the EMITT Convention, which featured a flight simulator. AnadoluJet announced new campaigns and additional routes at its booth throughout the four days of the convention, attracting great interest from passengers. AnadoluJet is determined to persist in its support for Turkey’s advances in all areas, particularly in tourism and economic growth.
We hope you shall achieve great academic success in the new term after your holidays. As “Jetgenç” member university students are starting to receive reward tickets, we will continue to meet and work with our students at universities. AnadoluJet will keep mapping out its route based on the desires of our valued passengers in the future.
All-inclusive one-way rate with purchase of departure and return ticket.