Turkish Airlines increases the capacity from Amsterdam

Since the end of last month, Turkish Airlines has been carrying out the daily flights from Schiphol with an extra Airbus A330-300. The increased number of passengers that can travel from Amsterdam to Istanbul have the opportunity to already travel with the same type of aircraft as during the transit from Istanbul.

Three of the daily flights are now operated by an Airbus A330-300 and two by an Airbus A321. The flight with the third Airbus A330-300 departs at 2:40 PM from Amsterdam and arrives at 7 PM in Istanbul. From Istanbul passengers can fly to destinations in Africa, the Far East and the Middle East. The Airbus A330-300 is equipped with an Economy Class and a Business Class with lie-flat seats. Travellers in the Business Class can pass through private entries for a faster check-in procedure and on arrival they are the first passengers to leave the aircraft. Wifi is available throughout the airplane. For assistance in booking your ticket you can contact our Travel Consultants 24×7. They are happy to assist you.

Source: Turkish Airlines

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