Anadolujet, the subsidiary company of the Turkish Airlines (THY), will make domestic and international flights of the THY taking off from Istanbul's Sabiha Gokcen Airport.
Flights of Anadolujet will start as of August 2.
THY Press Office released a statement and said the passengers will have the opportunity to fly with economical prices thanks to flights from Sabiha Gokcen Airport.
Sabiha Gokcen Airport is the second flight center for Anadolujet after Ankara's Esenboga Airport.
Stockholm-Arlanda, Copenhagen, Nakhichevan, Lefkosa-Ercan, Amsterdam, London-Stansted, Moscow-Sheremetyevo are among the international flight destinations of Anadolujet.
Dometic flights of Anadolujet will be to Ankara-Esenboga, Trabzon, Erzurum, Dalaman, Konya, Bodrum-Milas, Izmir-Adnan Menderes, Antalya, and Adana.
AnadoluJet was founded on April 23, 2008 by Turkish Airlines as a separate brand. The number of passengers carried by the Ankara-based airline has increased by 65 percent, and the occupancy rate has reached 85 percent. It reached 3 million passengers as of end-2009.
The company started operations with five airplanes, growing to a fleet of seven airplanes before the end of its first year, and serves 27 domestic destinations.
Its first international destination was the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC). Its second international destination was Damascus, Syria. Flights between Ankara and Damascus began on March 4.