Air Anatolia was commonly known as Anatolia, and was associated with Sultan Reizen, formerly GTI Airlines Inc. Its bread and butter were holiday seekers and Anatolia profited of the growing popularity of Turkey as a summer holiday destination.
Other traffic concerned the socalled "visiting friends and relatives", Turkish people who moved to countries such as Germany and the Netherlands visiting their family and friends in Turkey.
Anatolia always operated rather used equipment, the fleet changed almost every season. A few times aircraft were impounded due to unpaid bills. During 2002 some of Anatolia's aircraft appeared with a new name: Fly Air. During April 2003 Air Anatolia was quietly dissolved and its aircraft appeared with MNG and Fly Air.
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