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Turkish Airlines

The national Airlines of Turkey - Türk Hava Yolları have a solid 86 years of tradition. Its home is within the Istanbul- Atatürk airport. In 2008 the Turkish Airlines merged with Star Alliance becoming a family of the biggest air services. From then on the rate of Turkish Airlines reviews only rose to receive a Skytrax award for the best European Airline in 2011 and 2012.

Turkish Airlines with their 260 destinations have the vastest number of flights departing from one airport. From Istanbul-Sabiha Gökçen and Antalya airports, as well as  Atatürk, the Turkish Airlines fly to all populated continents on Earth.

Luggage

Whether travelling light or not, you can always bring a hand luggage on board of Turkish Airlines. If unsure of the size and capacity, you may check with the Airlines if your bag matches their requirements. The size of your registered luggage will vary depending on class and destination.  Always check the baggage requirements when booking Turkish Airlines tickets.

Booking classes

Turkish Airlines booking will present you with three different classes to choose from. In the economic class you'll have a handy socket at your seat for charging electronic devices and USB. Seat pitch is a standard 78 cm and you can nap leaning your chair back by 15 cm. The comfort class will place you in a seat that's 49 cm wide and can lean back by 22 cm. For your comfort, each seat has increased legs space. Booking business class with the Turkish Airlines means you'll be lounging in a chair with a massage option and a reading light. If you decide to snooze, recline in your chair-into-bed (188 cm long).

Online check-in

24 hours before your flight is the time to do your online check-in and select your seat. You may do so only until 90 minutes before the plane sets off. Always secure enough time to drop off your registered luggage because that option closes 60 minutes before the departure in case of international flights and 45 minutes in domestic flights.

Fleet

Among the Turkish Airlines there are 262 air- vehicles. The fleet consists of 88 Boeings 737-800, 43 Airbuses A321-200 and 33 Airbuses A320-200.

Istanbul Airport

24 km from the city centre, in the western part of Istanbul (the European Side) lies the Istanbul-Atatürk airport. Since 2013 it hosted 51 million passengers each year and was the 13th most crowded aiport in the World (fifth place in Europe).

The aiport is divided between four different sections serving cargo flights, private and charter flights. Go to T1 if you're flying domestic or head for T2 if you're flying abroad. Other airlines flying from the Istanbul-Atatürk airport are Onur Air and Atlasjet.

Refreshments

Regardless of the class booked, the offer will vary between routes. When flying in the economic class, you may try a hot or cold dish. Select your food from the European menu with the best elements of the Turkish cuisine. The Turkish Airlines won't have their passengers hungry so on long-distance flights you get sandwiches and cookies. All international flights treat their passengers with special dishes.

If you chose the comfort class you'll receive a welcome drink and a menu with fresh, heart-warming food, sweets, fruit and selection of cheese. You can order food once again before the landing.

The ravishing surprises await the passengers of the Turkish Airlines business class. Passengers travelling to long-distance destinations will be offered two dishes and refreshments. Get yourself spoilt by the wide offer of delicious starters and hot soups. And if you suddenly find yourself tired, a strong Turkish coffee along with a Turkish snack will put you back on your feet.

Additional services

Turkish Airlines have prepared additional entertainment services on some of their routes. You can watch films, listen to audiobooks and select programs for your kids. When you need to share something with the World that just can't wait until you land – do so during flight. The charge is $1.60 per message.