TURKISH AIRLINES PLANE MAKES MAIDEN FLIGHT TO KIA

The Turkish Airlines B737-900 plane shortly before touching the ground at Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA). The plane is set to embark on the Istanbul Ataturk – Kilimanjaro – Mombasa route five times a week. Photo by Staff Photographer.

The Turkish Airlines B737-900 plane shortly before touching the ground at Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA). The plane is set to embark on the Istanbul Ataturk – Kilimanjaro – Mombasa route five times a week. Photo by Staff Photographer.

The Turkish Airlines B737-900 plane being welcomed at Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) by a water salute as the company launched its maiden flight for the Istanbul Ataturk – Kilimanjaro – Mombasa route. Photo by Staff Photographer.

The Turkish Airlines B737-900 plane being welcomed at Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) by a water salute as the company launched its maiden flight for the Istanbul Ataturk – Kilimanjaro – Mombasa route. Photo by Staff Photographer.

The Turkish Airlines President and CEO Dr.Temel Kotl disembarks from the Turkish Airlines B737-900 plane at Kilimanjaro International Airport that will embark on the Istanbul Ataturk – Kilimanjaro – Mombasa route. The airline will vie the route five times a week. Photo by Staff Photographer.

The Turkish Airlines President and CEO Dr.Temel Kotl disembarks from the Turkish Airlines B737-900 plane at Kilimanjaro International Airport that will embark on the Istanbul Ataturk – Kilimanjaro – Mombasa route. The airline will vie the route five times a week. Photo by Staff Photographer.

The Ministry of Transport Permanent Secretary John Mngodo (fourth left) cuts a ribbon to launch the Turish Airlines Instabul-Kilimanjaro route at Kilimanjaro International Airport yesterday. Third left is the Turkish Airlines President and CEO Dr.Temel Kotl. Photo by Staff photographer.

The Ministry of Transport Permanent Secretary John Mngodo (fourth left) cuts a ribbon to launch the Turish Airlines Instabul-Kilimanjaro route at Kilimanjaro International Airport yesterday. Third left is the Turkish Airlines President and CEO Dr.Temel Kotl. Photo by Staff photographer.

Passengers disembark from the from the Turkish Airlines B737-900 plane at Kilimanjaro International Airport that will embark on the Istanbul Ataturk – Kilimanjaro – Mombasa route.The airline will vie the route five times a week. Photo by Staff Photohrapher

Passengers disembark from the from the Turkish Airlines B737-900 plane at Kilimanjaro International Airport that will embark on the Istanbul Ataturk – Kilimanjaro – Mombasa route.The airline will vie the route five times a week. Photo by Staff Photohrapher

The KADCO Board Chairman Ambassador Hassan Kibelloh (third left) and the Ministry of Transport Permanent Secretary John Mngodo(second right) lead a delegation led by the Turkish Airlines President and CEO Dr.Temel Kotl to the function. Photo by Staff Photographer.

The KADCO Board Chairman Ambassador Hassan Kibelloh (third left) and the Ministry of Transport Permanent Secretary John Mngodo(second right) lead a delegation led by the Turkish Airlines President and CEO Dr.Temel Kotl to the function. Photo by Staff Photographer.

The KADCO Board Chairman Ambassador Hassan Kibelloh ( left) shares a word with the Turkish Airlines President and CEO Dr.Temel Kotl (right) during the maiden launch of the Turkish Airlines Istanbul Ataturk – Kilimanjaro – Mombasa route at Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA). The airline will vie the route five times a week. Photo by Staff Photographer

The KADCO Board Chairman Ambassador Hassan Kibelloh ( left) shares a word with the Turkish Airlines President and CEO Dr.Temel Kotl (right) during the maiden launch of the Turkish Airlines Istanbul Ataturk – Kilimanjaro – Mombasa route at Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA). The airline will vie the route five times a week. Photo by Staff Photographer

The KADCO Board Chairman Ambassador Hassan Kibelloh ( left) receives a present from the Turkish Airlines President and CEO Dr.Temel Kotl (right) during the maiden launch of the Turkish Airlines Istanbul Ataturk – Kilimanjaro – Mombasa route at Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA). The airline will vie the route five times a week. Photo by Staff Photographer

The KADCO Board Chairman Ambassador Hassan Kibelloh ( left) receives a present from the Turkish Airlines President and CEO Dr.Temel Kotl (right) during the maiden launch of the Turkish Airlines Istanbul Ataturk – Kilimanjaro – Mombasa route at Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA). The airline will vie the route five times a week. Photo by Staff Photographer

CUTTING THE CAKE: The KADCO Board Chairman Ambassador Hassan Kibelloh (left) and the Ministry of Transport Permanent Secretary John Mngodo(right) join the Turkish Airlines President and CEO Dr.Temel Kotl (second left) to cut a cake to launch the Turkish Airlines Instabul-Kilimanjaro route. Photo by Staff Photographer.

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10 thoughts on “TURKISH AIRLINES PLANE MAKES MAIDEN FLIGHT TO KIA

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