Boğaziçi Hava Taşımacılığı

Boğaziçi Hava Taşımacılığı
IATA ICAO Callsign
PQ BHT Basfir
Founded 1987
Ceased operations 1989
Hubs Turkey

Boğaziçi Hava Taşımacılığı (BHT, Bosphorus Air Transport), named after Boğaziçi (Turkish for Bosphorus), was a Turkish charter cargo/passenger airline that operated for two years starting in 1987.

History

BHT-Boğaziçi was 85% owned by Turkish Airlines and began services with a Douglas DC-10-10F and a Boeing 707-321C. Freight charters were flown to America, Europe, Asia and Africa. The aircraft were also used for passenger services serving Turkish migrant workers traveling home. BHT also had a leased Boeing 727-264 but by 1989 the airline was in severe financial problems and shut down.[1]

Fleet

References

  1. Airlines Remembered by BI Hengi, Publisher Midland Publishing

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