Discover more than 318 destinations with Turkish Airlines via Istanbul Airport

Time to meet the new centre of aviation! As Turkish Airlines’ new home, Istanbul Airport, with its advanced technologies and extraordinary capacity, will change the business travel experience.

On 6 April 2019, Turkish Airlines moved to its new home, Istanbul Airport. At the intersection of Asia, Europe and the Middle East, Istanbul Airport serves as one of the world’s most significant aviation hubs at a strategic geographical position connecting continents. You can reach 130 destinations within three hours.

Transfer

Transfer via Istanbul Airport is seamless since all gates are located under one roof in one terminal. If you have less than 1 hour to catch your connecting flight, you can use the fast-track route that will take you directly to your gate. On board you can already check the location of your next gate on your entertainment system. Turkish Airlines Corporate Club members can use the fast-track passport control and security points.

From Amsterdam Schiphol Airport

As Turkish Airlines flies from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to Istanbul Airport four times a day, there is always a connection to one of the many business destinations. Transfer time is generally two hours, which gives travellers enough time catch their connecting flight and make use of the many facilities that Istanbul Airport has to offer, such as a comprehensive duty-free area and the various Turkish Airlines Lounges: Miles & Smiles Lounge, Business Class Lounge and Domestic Lounge.

Since 30 December 2019, Turkish Airlines has been flying to Xi’an in China from Istanbul Airport. Other new destinations to be launched in 2020 are Osaka, Tokyo Haneda and Malabo.

Would you like to book a trip with Turkish Airlines? Contact us. Our Travel Consultants will be happy to help you.

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