World Bulletin / News Desk
Passengers in flights conducted in Turkey will soon be able to use internet services.
Airline companies willing to provide internet services to their passengers will be able to do so after obtaining the necessary permissions from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (SHGM).
All internet service providers (ISS) will need to have authorization from the Institution of Information Technologies and Communications (BTK) before they can begin offering internet services in Turkish flights.
BTK said that there were no companies which applied to the SHGM for permission to provide mobile phone services in Turkish flights yet.
Turkey and Iran both have the political will to fight terrorism, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has said in Tehran.
Turkish Petroleum Pipeline Corporation to receive $1.2 billion from Turkey's Central Bank to meet payments by end of year
President Erdogan has invited a controversial U.S.-based preacher Fethullah Gulen to Turkey to join his alleged team that was detained in a probe
Petroleum Pipeline Corporation to receive $1.2 billion from Turkey's central bank to meet payments by end of year.
Only Turkey and the Dominican Republic lack an official emblem – now Turkish MPs want to find a new coat of arms.
Quran printer's launch of Ottoman Turkish keyboard attracts considerable attention, as language to be required in high schools
Turkey's national air carrier to increase flights from Manchester to Istanbul, following high demand.
A 17-year-old boy was shot dead during armed clashes between police and assailants in southeast Turkey overnight and one police officer was wounded
Most newspapers covered latest developments in ongoing investigation of "parallel structure"
Police launch rescue operation after fishing boat destroyed in high winds on Marmara Sea.
A Chinese tourist has been killed in a hot air balloon crash in the central Turkish touristic area of Cappadocia
Eighteen still under arrest in the operation against the "parallel state" with alleged links to U.S.-based preacher Fethullah Gulen.
Despite recent exchanges of criticism, EU calls cooperation with Turkey 'crucial.'
The Turkish lira lost almost 3 percent against both the US dollar and the euro
Turkey has declared a national day of mourning for Pakistan as a result of the bloody attacks that resulted in the deaths of 148 people most of them children.