Inter Airlines Flights

A charter airline based in Antalya International Airport in Turkey, Inter Airlines was first established in December 1999 and started its operation in April 2002. Primarily, it holds Jarp-Ops 1 Air Operator Certificate and Jar-145 Maintenance Certificate issued by the Republic of Turkey Directorate General of Civil Aviation, a Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA) member. However on November 13, 2008, the airline stopped all of its flights, with the global financial crisis of 2008 and increasing fuel prices taking its toll on the airline. Given these situation, all three aircrafts of Airbus A321-231 were returned to their lessors.

It was reported that Inter Airlines may resurface as a tour operator, however, no developments has been made for this possibility. Before, it operates holiday charter flights throughout Europe, with destinations to Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands to Turkish resorts, as well as wet lease services for other airlines. Before, Inter Airlines was used by the biggest tour operators such as TUI AG, a German multinational travel and tourism company as well as its branches KRAS Holland and Jetairfly Belgium. It was also used by Thomas Cook AG, the former parent company of Thomas Cook UK & Ireland, Condor Airlines, and other subsidiaries and Neckermann, which is part of the Thomas Cook Group.

If you insist on flying to other European destinations served by the Inter Airlines, you can opt to fly via Anadolujet, Turkish Airlines, Corendon Airlines, Freebirth Airlines, Pegasus Airlines, and SunExpress, which also serves Antalya International Airport. 

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