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Air Algérie and Turkish Airlines sign codeshare agreement

Tis Meyer / PlanePics.org

Air Algérie and Turkish Airlines signed a codeshare agreement on routes between Algeria and Turkey, which is set to further expand travel opportunities for the customers of the two airlines.

The agreement will be effective as of 15 May 2016.

The signing ceremony took place in Alger. Air Algérie’s CEO Mr. Mohamed Abdou Bourdebala and Turkish Airlines Deputy Chairman and CEO Dr. Temel Kotil signed the deal in the presence of officials from both sides.

This new codeshare agreement is bound to broaden the commercial partnership between the two companies. At the same time, passengers of both airlines will be given more travel options between Algeria and Turkey.

Under the terms of the agreement, Air Algérie and Turkish Airlines will place their carrier codes on each other’s flights reciprocally between Istanbul – Algiers and Istanbul – Constantine. In this respect, Air Algérie will place its carrier code on Turkish Airlines’ flights on Istanbul – Oran v.v., Istanbul – Tlemcen v.v. and Istanbul-Batna v.v. In addition to this, Turkish Airlines will place its carrier code on Air Algérie’s flights on the routes of Alger – Sabiha Gokçen v.v., Oran – Sabiha Gokçen v.v. and Annaba – Istanbul v.v.

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