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Turkish Airlines

Türk Hava Yolları or else Turkish Airlines with their base at the Istanbul- Atatürk airport were founded in 1933. Since 2008 Turkish Airlines is part of the Star Alliance – the largest airline cooperation. Skytrax prize for the Best European Airline has been awarded to the Turkish carrier twice - in 2011 and 2012. No wonder where all those great Turkish Airlines reviews come from.

If you're looking for a service with the biggest variety of flights from one airport – Turkish Airlines are your choice. You can also fly with them from Istanbul-Sabiha Gökçen and Antalya airports. Altogether they make it into 260 destinations to all populated continents.

Luggage

It's nice to bring your hand luggage on the plane, in Turkish Airlines you may do so. Size and weight requirements of your hand luggage and registered luggage are specified by the Airlines and may vary in different class or route bookings. 

Booking Classes

Turkish Airlines passengers can book three types of tickets: business class, comfort class and economic class.

Business class with Turkish Airlines will sit their passengers on a long chair (188 cm) with a massage function, reading light and large headboard allowing you to isolate from the surrounding. Business class is worth it.

Economic class in Turkish Airlines has 78 cm of a seat pitch and passengers can lean back by 15 cm. Each seat is equipped in a power port and a USB jack.

Comfort Class in Turkish Airlines has increased space for legs and between seats to comfortable 116 cm. Each plane seat's width is 49 cm and can lean back by 22 cm.

Online check-in

When flying with Turkish Airlines the passengers can check-in online and select their seats. The online check-in is available from 24 hours up to 90 minutes before plane departure. Baggage check-in may be conducted at the airport 60 minutes prior international flights and 45 minutes before domestic flights.

Fleet

Turkish Airlines services are performed by 262 vehicles of the fleet. There are 88 Boeings 737-800, 43 Airbuses A321-200 and 33 Airbuses A320-200.

The airport Istanbul-Atatürk

The seventh most crowded airport in the World (2013) and fifth in Europe, is located 24 km from the city centre of Istanbul (European Side of the city). The statistics show that Turkish Airlines serve around 51 million passengers each year with excellent reviews.

Four main terminals of the airport include private flights, cargo flights and charter flights. Domestic  flights passengers will be directed to terminal T1, while passengers heading internationally – to terminal T2. Not only the Turkish Airlines but also Atlasjet and Onur Air fly from Istanbul airport.

Refreshments

Flying with Turkish Airlines means you'll get access to the excellent menu composed of the European dishes with tastes of the Turkish cuisine.

Economic class in Turkish Airlines serves cold and hot meals depending on flight duration and route.  When travelling long-distance you'll be offered tasty sandwiches and cookies. All international flights menu include special dishes.

Comfort class passengers receive a welcome drink upon boarding and the menu includes dishes prepared with fresh products. You can request a warm meal, dessert, fruit and a cheese selection once again before the landing.

The culinary journey with Turkish Airlines on business class is even more fun. Long-distance flights passengers are offered two dishes and refreshments. You'll be amazed by the variety of soups and starters. You can also count on a good strong Turkish coffee along a national titbit.

Additional services

Turkish Airlines passengers can use VOD services on some flights. You can watch films or listen to audiobooks to pleasantly pass time on the plane. When travelling with family and children, you can also count on kid's entertainment programs.

Do you feel more comfortable when you can connect to the World? Turkish Airlines have that covered. The passengers can send e-mails and messages during flight at a cost of $1.60 per message.