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Founded 2008 [2]
Commenced operations 7 May 2010
Operating bases Sabiha Gökçen Int'l Airport
Fleet size 5
Destinations 22 [3]
Parent company Borajet Havayolları
Headquarters Istanbul, Turkey
Key people

Borajet (Turkish: Borajet Havayolları) is an airline based in Yeşilköy, Bakırköy, Istanbul, Turkey.[5] It is a privately owned regional airline operating domestic services.


The airline was founded in 2008 by Yalcin Ayasli,[2] a Turkish businessman living in the USA. Fatih Akol is Chairman of the Board. The company rented first a hangar at the Atatürk International Airport, Istanbul and then purchased three aircraft of type ATR 72-500, which were overhauled in Cologne, Germany before they were delivered in the beginning of 2010 in Turkey.[4]

Borajet received its "Regional Airline Operations License" on 22 April 2010[6] and started operations on 7 May 2010 with its first flight from Istanbul to Tokat.[7] In 2014 Borajet agreed a deal to lease five Embraer 190 aircraft (with options on a further three) from GE Capital Aviation Services.[8]


Borajet serves the following destinations (as of September 2013)[9][10]


Rhodes - Rhodes International Airport -"seasonal,only in late spring and summer


(*) Within AnadoluJet cooperation[11]

Codeshare agreements


The Borajet fleet includes the following aircraft (as of July 2014):[12][13]

Aircraft In Service Orders Passengers Notes Orders (option) History
ATR 72-500 2 0 70 Phased out YAE 3
Embraer 190 4 3 100 1 more

The Borajet average fleet age is 10.4 years (as of July 2014).


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  2. ^ a b "Hakkında" (in Turkish). Borajet. Retrieved 2010-05-17. 
  3. ^ - Flight Schedules
  4. ^ a b Cebeci, Uğur (2009-11-15). "BoraJet geliyor".  
  5. ^ "Contact Us." Borajet. Retrieved on 16 February 2011. "ADDRESS İDTM Blokları A-3 Blok Kat:5 Yeşilköy 34149 / İstanbul-TURKEY"
  6. ^ "Dolmuş uçak için izin çıktı" (in Turkish). Türkiye Eğitim. 2010-04-22. Retrieved 2010-05-17. 
  7. ^ "Borajet, ilk tarifeli uçuşunu gerçekleştirdi". Ulaşım Online (in Turkish). 2010-05-08. Retrieved 2010-05-16. 
  8. ^ Airliner World: 7. May 2014. 
  9. ^ Flight Schedules
  10. ^ Route Map
  12. ^ Borajet Fleet
  13. ^ Borajet Fleet

External links

  • Borajet official website (English)/(Turkish)
  • Images of Borajet aircraft
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