The national flag carrier of Turkey, Turkish Airlines has won three awards at an award ceremony in London at the British House of Lords.
The ceremony, held on the 9th of November, saw Turkish Airlines pick up the award of the ‘Best Airlines in Europe 2011’ for their impressive performances to India. The awards were presented by the Asian Guild – an organisation by Asians contributing to the economic and cultural life of Britain.
Turkish Airlines Director General Temel Kotil and Marketing and Sales Director Sezgin Saglam also received friendship awards at the ceremony.
Currently Turkish Airlines flies from Birmingham in England to New Delhi and Bombay in India and there are plans to make new daily flights to six destinations in India.
This award for Turkish Airlines is a sign of the continued growth and expansion of the impressive airline. Turkish Airlines is currently the fourth biggest airline in Europe and recently won another award at another ceremony in Stockholm to compliment the awards in London.