In fact KLM served Ankara from April 1954 until November 1991 at which time the flights were ceased due to Gulf Crisis. At that time the flight was operating by KLM A310 in two class configuration AMS
It may be interesting but KLM had the biggest market share in Ankara between 1954 until 1970 when LH
started serving Ankara daily.
has a longer history as the flights started in mid40ies as a stopover for Paris Teheran flights but kept a on and off pattern over the years. The last time it started was in 1987 with thrice weekly AF
B727 from CDG
to Ankara, after 3 years turning in to 5 times weekly B737 or A320 from CDG
non-stop that run until 1996. It has been stopped eversince due to high load factor.
In fact both Ankara and Izmir deserve daily flights from AMS
Delta can code share the AF
flights to CDG
as Ankara, a long time PAN AM
destination, is also not served by DL
ever since DL
took over PA.