Turkish Airlines (TK, Istanbul Atatürk) has outlined the delivery timetable for its purchase of both Airbus (AIB, Toulouse Blagnac) and Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare) widebody aircraft.

In a filing to the Istanbul stock exchange, the carrier reaffirmed a Memorandum of Understanding, signed with Airbus in January of this year, for twenty-five firm with five optioned A350-900s.

However, it has rejigged its Boeing order from the previously announced twenty firm and twenty optioned B787-9s to now include twenty-five firm and five optioned aircraft of the type.

Of the total 60 widebody aircraft to be acquired, six will be delivered in 2019, 14 in 2020, 10 in 2021, 12 in 2012, 11 in 2023, and seven in the year 2024.

In addition, Turkish Airlines has also confirmed it has acquired one A330-200(F) from DVB Bank SE to cover its freight capacity needs for 2018 and beyond. The aircraft is understood to be JY-AIH (msn 1164) that was originally destined for Royal Jordanian (RJ, Amman Queen Alia) but not taken up.