Turkish Airlines, one of the leading European Airlines, celebrated its 4th anniversary of operation in Nepal at Gokarna Forest Resort today. The event was attended by the various delegates related to aviation field, media, airlines team and other significant guests.
The celebration started at around 11:30 local time with the warm welcome from the Turkish Airlines team. The airline conducted different games such as selfie contest, golf, lucky draw which entertained the guest. Besides, the program featured brunch and lunch and the guests enjoyed themselves with varieties of cuisines available.
The airline which operates five flights per week from Nepal with its wide-body Airbus A330 aircraft is only the European airline flying in Nepal. With the continuous qualitative service, Turkish Airlines today has successfully marked 4 years of togetherness with Nepal and has committed to excel forward with more quality service.
General Manger of Turkish Airlines for Nepal Mr. Abdullah Tuncer KECECI said, “Turkish Airlines will be better in coming days because we are adding more aircrafts, destinations along with enhancing our service.”
Turkish Airlines, Established in 1933 with a fleet of five aircraft, Star Alliance member Turkish Airlines is a 4-star airline today with a fleet of 328 (passenger and cargo) aircraft flying to 300 destinations worldwide with 251 international and 49 domestic. According to the 2017 Skytrax survey, Turkish Airlines, already having a six consecutive years of “Best Airline in Europe” award between 2011-2016, now chosen as the “Best Airline in Southern Europe” for the ninth consecutive times.
Having won the “Best Economy Class Onboard Catering” award in 2010, Turkish Airlines also awarded as the World’s “Best Business Class Onboard Catering” in 2013, 2014 and 2016, and 2017. Winning the “World’s Best Business Class Lounge”award in 2015 and 2017, the global carrier also picked up the World’s “Best Business Class Lounge Dining” award for the third consecutive years according to this year’s survey results.