Turkish Airlines: Aircraft Fleet
Turkish Airlines, the national flag carrier of Turkey, has a modern and diverse fleet of aircraft that allows it to operate flights to over 300 destinations worldwide. The airline operates a total of 361 aircraft, with an average age of 8.1 years.
The fleet consists of various aircraft types from different manufacturers, including Airbus, Boeing, and Embraer. The most commonly used aircraft in the fleet are the Airbus A321 and Boeing 737-800, with 92 and 86 in service, respectively. Turkish Airlines also operates a significant number of wide-body aircraft, such as the Airbus A330, Airbus A350, Boeing 777, and Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which are used for long-haul flights.
In recent years, Turkish Airlines has made significant deals to expand and modernize its fleet. In 2013, the airline placed an order for 70 Airbus A320 family aircraft, including 20 A321neos and 50 A321ceos, to replace its older narrow-body fleet. In 2018, Turkish Airlines signed a memorandum of understanding with Boeing for the purchase of up to 30 787 Dreamliners, which will be used to replace its older wide-body aircraft.
With its modern and diverse fleet, Turkish Airlines is able to offer its passengers a comfortable and safe travel experience. Need to track your flight? Get Turkish Airlines real-time flight status here.
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