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2020 BVMW General Assembly marks cooperation with Turkish Airlines

Posted 4 February 2020 · Add Comment

Turkish Airlines attended the BVMW (German Association for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses) General Assembly last week.

 

Turkish Airlines has ties with the German organisation following a declaration of intent signed between Turkish Airlines and BVMW last year.

 

Turkish Airlines Chairman of the Board and the Executive Committee, M. İlker Aycı said: “Turkish Airlines, has been flying to Germany since 1960. Since then, Germany has become our one of the most important markets outside Turkey as we carried millions of passengers between our countries. We at Turkish Airlines are pleased to be a substantial partner of Germany’s Mittelstand businesses. I am happy to state that Turkish Airlines and BVMW have formed a relationship on a strategic level and member companies can now enjoy exclusive advantages when flying with Turkish Airlines for their trips all over the world. We believe that this special relationship will further improve in the years to come as Turkish Airlines and BVMW have both the will and means to work even closer.”

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