mozart
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Scheduled Passenger Flights To Somalia?

Wed Feb 15, 2012 1:35 pm

I have seen that Turkish Airlines starts services to Mogadishu. Which prompted me to think about other airlines flying commercial scheduled pax services to Mogadishu or other airports in Somalia.

I believe Mogadishu sees Jubba, Dalloo and African Express, with flights to Kenya, Djibouti, Aden and some domestic destinations. Turkish would be the first out-of-region airline with a certain pedigre to fly to Mogadisho.

PS: TK opening MGQ.. wow. They really really want to expand, including to some off-the-beaten-track destinations. What's next? Lhasa? Al Ain? Ras al Khaimah? Smaller cities in Afghanistan or Libya?
 
fly2yyz
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RE: Scheduled Passenger Flights To Somalia?

Wed Feb 15, 2012 11:30 pm

I believe tk wanted to do URC, but I think there's too much politics there.

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