Turkish airline AtlasGlobal announced that it is temporarily suspending operations from 26 November to 21 December. The airline posted a message on their website saying it had entered ‘a new phase of restructuring in order to provide you a unique flight experience’. AtlasGlobal operates a fleet of 18 Airbus, including A320, A321, and A330 aircraft.


Update — AtlasGlobal permanently ceased operations in the second week of February 2020.


Update — AtlasGlobal reopened their reservation system on 16 December. The airline continues to target resuming service on 21 December.


Tracking the AtlasGlobal fleet

AtlasGlobal aircraft have continued to fly post-announcement, though not with passengers. Aircraft have flown to Montpellier, Toulouse, and Sheffield, among others, for storage.

Where is the AtlasGlobal fleet?

You can view all AtlasGlobal aircraft on our fleet page and see where individual aircraft are currently located by clicking on the registration.

REGISTRATIONAIRCRAFT TYPESERIAL NUMBER (MSN)AGELAST LOCATIONLAST ACTIVE
TC-ATTAirbus A320-233162418 yearsMPL27 Nov
UR-AJCAirbus A320-232166318 yearsMPL21 Nov
UR-AJDAirbus A320-214139019 yearsTLS28 Nov
TC-AGGAirbus A321-23180621 yearsLDE19 Feb
TC-AGIAirbus A321-23196320 yearsGYR21 Nov
TC-AGSAirbus A321-231100820 yearsMPL28 Nov
TC-ATBAirbus A321-211150318 yearsMPL13 Nov
TC-ATEAirbus A321-21167522 yearsDGX29 Nov
TC-ATFAirbus A321-21176121 yearsLDE19 Feb
TC-ATHAirbus A321-231195316 yearsMPL27 Nov
TC-ATRAirbus A321-211145118 yearsMPL13 Nov
TC-ETFAirbus A321-231143818 yearsMPL27 Nov
TC-ETNAirbus A321-13161423 yearsDGX19 Dec
TC-ETVAirbus A321-231195016 yearsAMM27 Nov
TC-AGDAirbus A330-20381912 yearsSNN25 Jan
TC-AGFAirbus A330-20390011 yearsSNN25 Jan
TC-AGLAirbus A330-20370014 yearsMPL30 Nov

Information on fleet locations current as of 19 February 2020 16:00 UTC

 

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Ian Petchenik’s love of aviation began at an early age growing up next to Chicago’s O’Hare Airport. As Flightradar24’s director of communications and co-host of the AvTalk podcast Ian now gets to share that passion for aviation with millions of Flightradar24 users and listeners around the world.

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  1. Dave Hughes

    TC-ATE did not go to “Sheffield” as listed by FR24 earlier, it went to St Athan. HTH!


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