AJet (VF, Istanbul Sabiha Gökcen) has unveiled its standalone website and has begun selling tickets under its own brand ahead of its launch planned for March 31.

The carrier formerly known as AnadoluJet, a division of Turkish Airlines (TK, Istanbul Airport), has already obtained its AOC and inducted its first two B737-800s. However, it continues to operate under its parent's 'TK' code for now. The B737s have operated under AJet's 'VF' code but solely for proving flights and have yet to return to commercial operations following their transfer from Turkish Airlines.

According to its newly launched internet booking engine, the airline will fully transition to its own 'VF' code at the end of the month. It has yet to file schedules for those flights, however.

Still operating as Anadolujet, the carrier currently operates 73 aircraft under the Turkish Airlines' AOC: nine A320-200Ns, fourteen A321-200NX, seven B737-8s, and forty-three B737-800s. It also wet-leases seven A320-200s from SmartLynx Airlines/SmartLynx Airlines Estonia/SmartLynx Airlines Malta, ten A321-200s (four from BBN Airlines Türkiye and six from SmartLynx Airlines), and two B737-8s from SmartLynx Malta. The carrier plans to expand its fleet operating under the 'VF' code to 95 aircraft during the summer season of 2024 and 200 aircraft within the next 10 years.