AtlasJet is a Turkish Scheduled and Charter airline based in Istanbul.
AtlasJet operates international charters plus a large network of domestic scheduled services including the following cities: Adana, Ankara, Antalya, Bodrum, Dalaman, Edremit, Istanbul, Izmir, Kahramanmaras, Kars, Kuzey Kibris Türk Cumhuriyeti, Mardin, Siirt, Sivas, Tokat, Trabzon, Usak and Van
AtlasJet of Turkey
AtlasJet of Turkey (not to be confused with Atlas Blue of Morocco) is a well-established holiday airline which has developed a strong network of domestic scheduled services. Holidays to Turkey are beginning to develop from the fly and stay beach type into more interesting type tours where more of this fascinating country can be explored. Alternative Airlines recommend you do both - check out some of the more interesting destinations available on AtlasJet flights and then flop on one of the outstanding Mediterranean beaches near any of the major resorts such as Dalaman, Antalya or Bodrum. AtlasJet also connects Istanbul
AtlasJet operates a mixed fleet of 16 aircraft including: 2 Boeing 757’s, 9 x Airbus A320’s, 2 x Airbus 319’s and 3 x CRJ 900. with the Northern part of Cyprus.
Atlasjet - updates, flights from London Stansted with connections to Tehran
Atlasjet has announced that it will launch new six times a week direct flights from London Stansted to Istanbul, Turkey from 5th May 2012 with a convenient early afternoon departure from Stansted and a two class, business and economy plus service.
EconomyPlus fares include a generous 30 inch leg-room; complimentary food and beverages plus 20 kg hold luggage allowance and allocated seats at check-in. also Passengers can choose from a complimentary soft drink, beer or wine served with their delicious in-flight meal. Business class passngers get more leg room and a 30kg checked-in luggage allowance.
From Sunday-Friday, Atlasjet flies direct to Istanbul’s Atatürk Airport with an extra flight on Saturday to the coastal resort of Anatlya. Atlasjet also has an extensive network of domestic and international flights, with connections via Istanbul to Ercan in North Cyprus, Bodrum, Dalaman, Adana and Izmir in Turkey, as well as connecting flights to Tehran in Iran.