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FORMED AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1992. INCLUSIVE TOUR OPERATOR. DOMESTIC AND REGIONAL, CHARTER, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
SENLIK MAHALLESI NO 2, GATAL SOK N. 3
TR-34153 ISTANBUL, TURKEY
TURKEY: ONCE THE CENTER OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE, TURKEY WAS FOUNDED IN 1923 AS A SECULAR STATE WHOSE POPULATION IS OVERWHELMINGLY MUSLIM THOUGH NOT ARAB. A LONG-STANDING MEMBER OF NATO AND A CANDIDATE FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE EUROPEAN UNION (EU), TURKEY HAS LOOKED TO THE WEST AS A MODEL. EXCEPT FOR BITTER WATER DISPUTES WITH SYRIA AND IRAQ, TURKEY HAS USUALLY MANAGED TO SIDESTEP REGIONAL POLITICS. WITH A DEVELOPED ECONOMY BUT LITTLE OIL, IT RELIES ON A VAST NETWORK OF MEGA DAMS FOR HYDROELECTRIC POWER AND IRRIGATION.
Turkey (the Republic of Turkey) was established in 1923, which includes Northern Cyprus (the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus - figures follow), it covers an area of 779,452 sq km, its population is 66 million, its capital city is Ankara, and its official language is Turkish.
Northern Cyprus (the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus) covers an area of 3,355 sq km, its population is 0.2 million, its capital city is Nicosia, and its official language is Turkish.
OCTOBER 1993: BASED AT ANTALYA.
200 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 6 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT).
6 A320'S (CFM56), GATX (GAX) LEASED.
APRIL 1994: 1 A320-200 (V2527-A5) DELIVERY.
OCTOBER 1994: 1 ORDER (APRIL 1995) A320-200 (CFM56-5).
APRIL 1995: 1 A320-200 (V2500-A1), ORIX SYSTEMS, AND 2 A320-200'S (CFM56-5A1), EX-LACSA (LAC), & 1 A320-200 (CFM56-5A4) DELIVERIES.
NOVEMBER 1995: 5/5 ORDERS (FEBRUARY 1997) MD-88'S, 172 PAX, CHARTER CONFIGURATION.
DECEMBER 1995: 1 ORDER (JUNE 1996) A321 (V2500), & WILL LEASE 2 A321'S NEXT YEAR. CURRENTLY OPERATES 5 A320-200'S. HOLIDAY CHARTERS FROM WESTERN EUROPE TO TURKEY, RECORDED TREMENDOUS GROWTH, WITH 83,600 PASSENGERS (PAX) IN 1993, TO 1 MILLION IN 1995.
JANUARY 1996: 2 A300B4-100'S (CF6-50C2), EX-AKDENIZ.
APRIL 1996: 1ST OF 3 A321-100'S (V2530-A5).
JULY 1996: 2ND A321-100 DELIVERY.
JANUARY 1997: 4TH A321 ORDER (DECEMBER 1997).
JUNE 1997: 4 OF 5 MD-88'S DELIVERED (JT8D-219) "YONCA." 1 A300B4-100 (CF6-50C2R), EX-AIR FRANCE (AFA). MD-88 (53550) DELIVERY.
JULY 1997: 5TH MD-88 DELIVERY (53547 "ECE"). MD-88 (53546 "YASMIN"). (53549 "ESRA").
SEPTEMBER 1997: 1 A300B4-2C (57), EX-CEBIAIR.
OCTOBER 1997: 5 YEAR MAINTENANCE CONTRACT TO (GAMCO), UNITED ARAB EMIRATES (UAE), GULF AIR (GUL) FOR 4 A320/A321'S.
APRIL 1998: 200 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 6 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
JULY 1998: A321-131 (364) (V2530-A5) DELIVERY.
SEPTEMBER 1998: 2 A320'S (444; 528), WET-LEASED TO VICTORIA AIRLINES, (VIC) ITALY, UNTIL MARCH 1999. A320 (CFM56-5A3) (422) RETURNED TO (ILF), LEASED TO AIR JAMAICA (JAM).
OCTOBER 1998: A320-212 (528) RETURNED FROM VICTORIA AIRLINES (VIC), TO ILFC & (444).
DECEMBER 1998: A321-131 (364) WET-LEASED TO LOTUS AIR (LOS) FOR 6 MONTHS. 1 MD-88, LEASED TO ANATOLIA (GTI) (2167-53546).
FEBRUARY 1999: ISIK SAHIN, VP TECHNICAL RESIGNED.
APRIL 1999: 200 EMPLOYEES.
ERDAL DOKER, VP TECHNICAL.
MAY 1999: A321-131 (385, TC-ONJ), WET-LEASED TO FLYING COLOURS (FLN).
JUNE 1999: A321-100 (V2500) (597) RETURNED TO (ILF), TO AIR ALFA (ALV).
OCTOBER 1999: TO WET-LEASE 3 MD-88'S FOR WINTER, 1 TO MUSCAT OMAN.
JANUARY 2000: 2 A300B4-103'S (86, TC-GNK; 87, TC-GNL), WET-LEASED TO SAUDI ARABIAN (SVA) FOR HADJ, UNTIL END OF APRIL 2000.
APRIL 2000: 200 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 6 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
AUGUST 2000: 1 A300B4, TRANSAER (TSD) WET-LEASED FOR OPERATIONS TO PARIS CHARLES DE GAULLE (CDG).
OCTOBER 2000: 1 A300B4-2C, RETURNED TO LESSOR, PARTED OUT (057). 2 ORDERS (12/00) A300B4-200'S (138; 192) (CF6-50C2), EX-SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS (SAA), AND LEASED ONE (192) BACK. IN FEBRUARY 2001, TO WET-LEASE 3 A300B4-200'S (086; 087; 138) TO SAUDI ARABIAN (SVA) FOR THE HADJ.
FEBRUARY 2001: 1 A321-131 (385, TC-ONJ), RETURNED FROM SHAHEEN (SHK).
APRIL 2001: SITA: ISTSP8Q.
AUGUST 2001: 450 EMPLOYEES. SITA: ISTTO8Q.
JANUARY 2002: FOR 2002, HADJ THROUGH THE END OF MARCH 2002, WILL WET-LEASE 2 A300'S TO SAUDI ARABIAN (SVA). PLANS TO TAKE OVER LAST A300B4, FROM SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS (SAA).
APRIL 2002: MAIN BASE: ISTANBUL - ATATURK INTERNATIONAL (IST).
MAY 2002: 2 A300-600R'S (744; 749), EX-AIR AFRIQUE, (ILF) 5 YEAR LEASED.
August 2002: A300B4-605R (749, TC-OAB) wet-leased to Kyrgyz Airlines (KYR).
October 2002: A300B4-605R (749, TC-OAB) returned from Kygyz Airlines (KYR).
January 2003: A300B4-103 (086), 2 A300B4-203's (138, TC-ONT; 192) & A300B4-605R (749, TC-OAB), wet-leased to Saudi Arabian (SVA) for the Hadj. 2 A320-212's (313, TC-OAC; 345, TC-OAC), ex-Air Alfa (ALV), Oasis leased.
March 2003: MD-88 (53546) wet-leased to Iberia Airlines (IBE). 1 A300-605R (CF6-80) (747) & 2 A321's (V2500) (663; 668), ex-Middle East (MEA), (ILF) 42 month leased.
April 2003: 605 employees.
June 2003: A300B4-203 (192, TC-GNU), returned from Saudi Arabian operation. A300B4-605R (747, TC-OAG), (ILF) leased.
July 2003: A300B4-605R (584, TC-OAH), GECAS (GEF) leased.
September 2003: In December 2003, to start domestic, scheduled, jet airplane services on 8 routes.
December 2003: Starts low-cost domestic, jet airplane services, Istanbul - Adana, Antalya, Diyarbakir, Erzurum, Ixmir, Kayseri, Sammsun, & Trabzon.
A321-231 (954, TC-OAK), (ILF) leased.
January 2004: A300B4-203 (138) wet-leased to Saudi Arabian (SVA). 2 A321-231's (V2533-A5) (787, /98; 954, /99), ex-Aero Lloyd (ACH), (ILF) leased.
February 2004: A321-231 (1004, TC-OAL), ex-Aero Lloyd (ACH), (ILF) leased.
April 2004: A321-231 (V2533-A5) (1421, TC-OAN), ex-Aero Lloyd (ACH), (ILF) leased.
January 2005: A300B4-203's (138; 192), & 4 A300B4-605R's (584; 744; 747; 749) leased to Saudi Arabian Airlines (SVA) for the hadj.
May 2005: Onur Air (ONU) has been banned from flying into or out of the Netherlands and Germany for the next month, because of repeated safety lapses. (ONU) operates to 11 airports in Germany. It operates a fleet of 24 airplanes and transports about 1.4 Million passengers a year, including 350,000 from the Netherlands. It offers 300 flights a week to Europe, of which 75 are to the Netherlands.
Later regained rights to operate to the Netherlands, Germany, France & Switzerland after aviation regulatory authorities from the four countries agreed to gradual lifting of their ban against Onur Air (ONU).
A300B4-605R (764, TC-OAO), GOAL leased. 2 A321-131's (604, TC-OAP; 614, TC-OAR) (ILF) leased.
November 2005: MD-83 (53466, TC-OAU), ex-JetsGo (ROY)/(JTG), AerCap (DEA) leased.
December 2005: MD-83 (53488, TC-OAV), ex-JetsGo (ROY)/(JTG), AerCap (DEA) leased.
March 2006: Onur Air (ONU) (8Q/Istanbul Ataturk) has given up its Istanbul Ataturk - Kars route.
INCDT: An Onur Air (ONU) A321 en route from Brussels as OHY4990 overshot the runway while landing at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport on Sunday (February 26). The airplane got stock in mud, however, passengers were able to safely leave and were taken to the terminal by bus.
June 2006: A321-131 (385, TC-ONJ), wet-leased to Qeshm Air (QES).
September 2006: Onur Air (ONU) is a Turkish charter carrier and low-fare domestic carrier, flying jet airplanes to points in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Holland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, and the UK. In addition to its own fleet, other jet airplanes are often leased to provide additional capacity in the peak summer months. Also provides scheduled domestic services since deregulation of the local market.
(IATA) Code: 8Q. (ICAO) Code: OHY (Callsign - ONUR AIR).
Parent organization/shareholders: Cankut Bagona (33.3%); Hayri Icli (33.3%); & Unsal Tulbentci (33.3%).
Main Base: Istanbul Ataturk International Airport (IST).
Domestic, scheduled destinations: Adana; Ankara; Antalya; Bodrum; Dalaman; Diyarbakir; Erzurum; Gaziantep; Istanbul; Izmir; Kars; Kayseri; Maltya; Samsun; & Trabzon.
January 2007: INCDT: An Onur Air (ONU) MD-88 with 134 passengers, climbing out near Istanbul, Turkey, had a belly hold cargo door partially open and the airplane failed to pressurize on a domestic flight to Izmir. On returning to Istanbul, the door opened during the landing run, causing bags to be shed onto the runway. Onur Air (ONU) reported that the crew (FC) did not get a "door open" alert.
December 2007: A321-231 (1421, TC-OAN), leased to BH Air (BGH).
September 2008: Onur Air (ONU) is seeking Captains (FC) and First Officers (FC) for MD-80s, A300-600s, A310s, & A320s - - SEE ATTACHED FLIGHT CREW HIRING AD - - "ONU-MD-80-FC-AD-SEP08" to Applications@onurair.com.tr
January 2009: Turkish Technic (THY) reached a Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) agreement with Onur Air (ONU) to provide "C" maintenance checks on A300-600s. The work is slated for completion early next month.
June 2009: Thales (THL) signed the first customer for its Asset Management Services, which it launched at the Paris Air Show. Turkish carrier, Onur Air (ONU) signed a five-year contract with (THL) for comprehensive after-sales services including on-site inventory, repair management and return to inventory for its fleet of eight A321s. To guarantee asset availability within 4 hours, (THL)s holds a consignment stock based at Istanbul Ataturk and is partnering with Turkish AirLogic for logistics services.
Asset Management Services is part of (THL)'s strategy to grow its presence in after-sales support of avionics components, Head of Civil Aerospace Services Worldwide, Daniel Malka said. The basic Asset Management Services contract will cover all (THL) avionics equipment and a range of components from three partner Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)s: Diehl Aerospace, Liebherr Aerospace and Zodiac. The (ONU) contract, however, covers a wider range of components and (OEM)s. Malka did not detail (THL)'s target for the new service and said only that the five-year business plan provides for gradual country-by-country development. "We are focusing on clusters of smaller airlines that have no agreement in place with (OEM)s. This is why we started with Turkey," he said.
December 2010: A321-231 (963, TC-OBF), ALS Irish Aircraft leased.
March 2010: (ILFC) (ILF) said Onur Air (ONU) leased three used A330-300s for five years each. Deliveries are scheduled for April and June.
April 2010: A300B4-605R (603, TC-OAZ), leased to Saidi Arabian Airlines (SVA). A320-233 (1509, TC-OBI), (GEF) leased, ex-(N380DF).
August 2010: Onur Air (ONU) has leased three additional ex-Blue Wings (BLW), ex-GoAir (GOZ) and ex-Mandala Airlines (MND) A320-200s. It has also leased three ex-Dragonair (DRG), Iberworld Airlines (IBW) and Malaysia Airlines (MAS) A330-300s that it will operate on behalf of Saudi Arabian Airlines (SVA). (ONU) is planning to set-up an Egyptian subsidiary in December using two airplanes that will operate incoming charter services from European airports. It hopes to be able to make better use of its capacity through this new carrier as charter demand to Turkey is weak in winter. (ONU) has wet-leased an A321-200 to Cham Wings Airlines (SAW).
September 2010: Iberia (IBE) Maintenance signed a 5 year-contract with Onur Air (ONU) to exclusively maintain the components of (ONR)'s three A330s. The contract covers the repair of entire systems, such as Line Repaceable Units (LRU)s, navigation and communications systems, and other components.
August 2011: Onur Air (ONU) is a Turkish charter carrier and low-fare domestic carrier, flying jet airplanes to points in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Holland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, and the UK. In addition to its own fleet, other jet airplanes are often leased to provide additional capacity in the peak summer months. Also provides scheduled domestic services since deregulation of the local market.
Employees = 605.
(IATA) Code: 8Q - 66. (ICAO) Code: OHY (Callsign - ONUR AIR).
Parent organization/shareholders: Cankut Bagona (33.3%); Hayri Icli (33.3%); & Unsal Tulbentci (33.3%).
Main Base: Istanbul Ataturk International Airport (IST).
Domestic, scheduled destinations: Adana; Ankara; Antalya; Bodrum; Dalaman; Diyarbakir; Erzurum; Gaziantep; Istanbul; Izmir; Kas; Kayseri; Malatya; Samsun; & Trabzon.
Turkish (THY) Technic was selected by Onur Air (ONU) to provide "C" check maintenance services for two A321s.
January 2012: 20 year anniversary - - SEE PHOTO - - "ONU-A320 - 20 YRS 2012-01."
Onur Air (ONU) has added a fourth ex-Vietnam Airlines (VIE) A330-300 that is also operated on behalf of Saudi Arabian Airlines (SVA).
A321-231 wet-leased to Kolavia (KLV) for charter services.
May 2012: Turkish (THY) Technic has signed a five-year component pool services agreement with Onur Air (ONU) covering its 22 A320 family airplanes. The contract includes access to all Turkish Technic component stocks, logistic support, engineering support and shop visits for A320 Family airplane components.
July 2012: Onur Air (ONU) has leased the single A320-200 of Saga Airlines (SGZ) on a wet-lease (ACMI) basis to operate some of its domestic scheduled flights from Istanbul Atatürk/Yesilköy International (IST) to Erzurum (ERZ) and Trabzon (TZX) airports.
December 2013: Hi Fly (LXA) will add its first narrow body to its fleet of five A330s, five A340s and an A310-300 in February. According to Skyliner Aviation, the jet is an ex-Onur Air (ONU) A321-200 (1004, CS-TRJ), which is currently in storage in Dublin International. The A321-200 will be deployed to Belgian Air Component ((IATA) Code: BAF, based at Brussels National) where it will replace a Hi Fly (LXA) A330-300 (96, CS-TMT).
May 2014: Onur Air (ONU) has doubled its presence in Russia from its Antalya (AYT) base, beginning on April 23rd operations to Moscow Sheremetyevo (SVO), and joining (ONU)ís existing flights to Kazan. Initially being operated five times weekly with (ONU)ís 182-seat A321s, the service will be quickly increased to daily from mid-May. Aeroflot (ARO) will provide some intense competition, offering double-daily connections on the airport pair. In addition, Turkish Airlines (THY) and Transaero Airlines (TRX) will provide indirect competition, with their respective services from the Turkish holiday destination to Moscow Vnukovo.
August 2015: Onur Air ((IATA) Code: 8Q, based at Istanbul Atatürk) (ONU) has taken delivery of its first A330-200s (625, TC-OCI; 632, TC-OCJ) in Turkey.
The former Yemenia ((IATA) Code: IY, based at Sana) (YEM) aircraft joined (ONU)'s all-Airbus fleet of four A330-300s, nine A321-200s, and ten A320-200s.
Onur Air (ONU) currently operates 27 aircraft to 8 countries, to 26 destinations on 25 routes and 78 daily flights.
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ONU-A320 - 20 YEARS 2012-01
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0 MD-83 (JT8D-219) (2093-53465, /94 TC-OAS; TC-OAT; 2101-53466, /94 TC-OAU, 2005-11; 2134-53488, /96 TC-OAV, 2005-12), EX-(JTG)/(ROY). (DEA) LSD. RTND. 160Y.
5 +5 OPTIONS MD-88 (JT8D-219) (2167-53546, /97 TC-ONM "YASEMIN;" 2176-53547, /97 TC-ONN "ECE;" 2180-53548, /98 TC-ONO "YONCA;" 2185-53549, /97 TC-ONP "ESRA;" 2187-53550, /97 TC-ONR "EVREN"), 1 LST (GTI). 53546 WET-LST (IBE), RF (IBE) 2005-06. 165Y.
0 A300B2K-3C (CF6-50C2R) (037, /76 TC-ONY), EX-(SAA). RTRD. 316Y.
0 A300B4-2C (57), EX-CEBIAIR, PARTED OUT 2000-10.
2 A300B4-103 (CF6-50C2) (086, /79 TC-ONK "PINAR;" 087, /79 TC-ONL "SELIN"), EX-AKDENIZ, 1 EX-(AFA), BOTH WET-LST (SVA) 2001-02 TO 2001-04 FOR HADJ) (086 WET-LST (SVA) FOR HADJ 2003-01), 316Y.
2 A300B4-203 (CF6-50C2) (138, /81 TC-ONT "KAPTAN BILAL BASAR;" 192, /82 TC-ONU), EX-(SAA), 192 LST (SAA) 2000-12, WET-LST (SVA) FOR HADJ 2003-01; 138; WET-LST (SVA) 2001-02 FOR HADJ, & 2003-01, 2004-01, & 2005-01. 316Y.
1 A300B4-605R (CF6-80C2A5) (584, /91 TC-OAH), (GEF) LSD 2003-07. RF (SVA) 2004-05. WET-LST (SVA) 2005-01. BF (GEF). WET-LST (SVA) IN (SVA) COLORS. 315Y.
1 A300B4-605R (CF6-80C2A5) (603, /91 TC-OAZ), (GEF) LSD, WET-LST (SVA) 2010-04. WET-LST (SVA) IN (SVA) COLORS. 28C, 241Y.
1 A300B4-605R (CF6-80C2A5) (744 /94 TC-OAA), EX-(AFR), 744 LST (SVA) 2004-02 & 2005-01. (ILF) 5 YR LSD 2002-06, WET-LST (SVA) IN (SVA) COLORS. 315Y.
1 A300B4-605R (CF6-80C2A5) (747, /95 TC-OAG), EX-(MEA), (ILF) 42 MTH LSD 2003-06. LST (SVA) 2005-01. WET-LST (SVA) IN (SVA) COLORS. 315Y.
1 A300B4-605R (CF6-80C2A5) (749, /95 TC-OAB), WET-LST (KYR) 2002-08. RF (KYR) 2002-10. WET-LST (SVA) FOR HADJ 2003-01. 749 RF (KYR). RF (SVA) 2004-04. LST (SVA) 2005-01. WET-LST (SVA) IN (SVA) COLORS. 315Y.
1 A300B4-605R (CF6-80C2A5) (764, /96 TC-OAO "SELO"), GOAL LSD 2005-05.
WET-LST (SVA), 280Y.
0 A320-212 (313, /92 TC-OAC; 345, /92 TC-OAD), EX-(ALV), OASIS 2 YR LSD 2003-01. 313; 345 RTND, LST (TCW) 2005-01. 174Y.
5 A320-231 (CFM56-5 & V2500-A1), (DEA) LSD, MAINT BY GAMCO (GUL), (361, RTND TO (DEA), 220Y.
2 A320-232 (V2527-A5) (455, TC-OBD "KASPERSKY;" 471, /95 TC-OBE), (GEF) LSD. 180Y.
1 A320-232 (V2527-A5) (496, /94 TC-OBP), (ILF) LSD 2009-10. 180Y.
1 A320-232 (V2527-A5) (2688, /06 TC-OBO), (CGP) LSD 2006-02. 180Y.
2 A320-233 (V2527E-A5) (1482, /01 TC-OBH - - SEE PHOTO - - "ONU-A320 - 20 YRS-2012-01;" 1509, TC-OBI), EX-(N380DF), (GEF) LSD 2010-04. 180Y.
2 A321-131 (V2530-A5) (364, /93 TC-ONS "FUNDA;" 385, /93 TC-ONJ "KAPTAN SORAY SAHIN") (597 RTND FROM (ALV) 2001-03), 385 WET-LST (SHK) TIL 2001-02. 591; 597; RTND (ILF), LST (VIE) 2001-05. 385 WET-LST (QES) 2006-06. 220Y.
0 A321-131 (V2530-A5) (604, TC-OAP; 614, TC-OAR), (ILF) LSD 2004-05. RTND. 220Y.
2 A321-231 (V2533-A5) (663, /97 TC-OAE; 668, /97 TC-OAF), EX-(MEA), (ILF) 42 MTH LSD 2003-03. 220Y.
3 A321-231 (V2533-A5) (787, /98 2004-01; 954, /99 TC-OAK 2004-01; 1004, 2004-02; 1421, /04 TC-OAN), EX-(ACH), (ILF) LSD. 1421 LST (BHG) 2007-12. 1004; TO (LXA) 2013-12 TO (BLG) 2014-05. 220Y.
1 A321-231 (V2533-A5) (963, /99 TC-OBF), ALS IRISH ACFT LSD 2009-12. 220Y.
1 A330-322 (PW4168) (072, /95 TC-OCA - - SEE PHOTO - - "ONU-A330-2010-06"), EX-(IBW)/(LTU), (ILF) 5 YR LSD 2010-06. WET-LST (SVA). WET-LST (SVA) IN (SVA) COLORS. 387Y.
1 A330-322 (PW4168) (143, /96 TC-OCC), 2010-07. WET-LST (SVA). WET-LST (SVA) IN (SVA) COLORS. 42C, 256Y.
1 A330-342 (TRENT 772-60) (098, /95 TC-OCB), EX-(DRG), EX-(B-HYA), (ILF) 5 YR LSD 2010-06. WET-LST (SVA) IN (SVA) COLORS. 12F, 42C, 230Y.
1 A330-300 (TRENT 772B-60), (ILF) 5 YR LSD 2010-04. EX-(VIE), WET-LST (SVA). 42C, 230Y.
HAMIT CANKUT BAGANA, CHAIRMAN & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).
YUSUF TARANGO, DEPUTY PRESIDENT.
SEVING PINAC, MANAGING DIRECTOR.
CAPTAIN ERCAN PEKSAPICI, VP OPERATIONS.
CAPTAIN SUAT SEYMEN, FLIGHT OPERATIONS DIRECTOR (ISTSP8Q)
CAPTAIN IRFAN GURGUR, CHIEF PILOT.
CAPTAIN SEYFETTIN KESKIN, FLIGHT SAFETY MANAGER (ISTSP8Q)
ERDAL DOKER, VP TECHNICAL (1999-04).
MEHMET PEKPAK, VP COMMERCIAL.
ILKIN CAN, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR & PLANNING MANAGER (ISTDT8Q)
FUAT KADAYIFCI, ASSISTANT TECHNICAL DIRECTOR/MAINTENANCE MANAGER (1998-05).
MS SEZA YALIZ, ASSISTANT TECHNICAL DIRECTOR/QUALITY ASSURANCE (QA) MANAGER (1998-05).
OGUZ OTAY, FINANCIAL MANAGER.
TUFAN OZCAN, ENGINEERING MANAGER (firstname.lastname@example.org) (1999-07).
IBRAHIM OZGEN, MAINTENANCE MANAGER.
ERHAN INANC, QUALITY ASSURANCE (QA) MANAGER (2001-03).