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Welcome on Board; Southwind Airlines

Issue 13 - 2022
Welcome on Board; Southwind Airlines

Southwind Airlines headquartered in Antalya,started their operations in the beginning of August  with  4 aircrafts, 2 wide body Airbus A330 and 2 narrow body Airbus A321 in the first stage.

Stating that they have undertaken an important initiative on behalf of the Turkish aviation industry, Southwind Airlines Chairman of the Board Mustafa Tolga Demirci said, “We established Southwind Airlines by combining our vision and mission with our global, young and dynamic perspective in order to take an important position in global civil aviation on behalf of our country. 

Our goal is; To provide active service to carry our flag in the skies on the lines of Germany, England, France, Russia, Scandinavian countries and Israel. We will focus primarily on charter flights to contribute to Turkish tourism by cooperating with tour operators in these countries and evaluating today's dynamics. Thus, we aim to increase the number of tourists who will visit our country. In addition, by reviewing our connections in various countries before and after the season, we will carry out flights between the Middle East and Saudi Arabia and Turkey on the hajj and umrah routes.” 

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