Turkey's Borajet cleared for scheduled flights

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Turkish start-up carrier Borajet has secured approval to operate scheduled services.

The Turkish ministry of transport states that the airline will begin scheduled operations on 30 April, from Istanbul to Tokat.

Flights will follow from Istanbul's Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Zonguldak, Alanya, Siirt, Canakkale and Bursa.

Borajet is acquiring a fourth ex-Alitalia ATR 72, serial number 075, which will be delivered in May.

It states that its route network will include services from Ankara, to Siirt and Tokat, from Diyarbakir, to Adana and Van, and connections from Trabzon to Zonguldak and Antalya to Nevsehir Kapadokya.