Turkish Airlines now flying five times a week from Amsterdam

Turkish Airlines is now flying five times a week between Schiphol and Istanbul Airport, using a Boeing 777-300ER. Thanks to this addition, the capacity of this route has increased by 600 seats a week. The flight leaves Schiphol at 19:15 hours and lands at Istanbul at 23:45 hours. Via Istanbul, passengers can travel on to Africa, the Far East and the Middle East. The Boeing 777-300ER has 49 Business Class seats. These are luxury flat-bed seats. Travellers in this class can make use of the fast-track security service and are the first to leave the aircraft after landing. They can make free use of Wi-Fi.

For the other four daily flights between Schiphol and Istanbul, the Airbus A330-300 is used. In addition, Turkish Airlines will continue to fly once a week to Istanbul’s second airport, Sabiha Gökçen, using an Airbus A320 or Boeing 737.

As of 27 May, Turkish Airlines will also expand its flight options from Dusseldorf Airport, flying to Istanbul Airport five times a day. These flights use an Airbus A320, A321 and A330. Ankara, Antalya, Gaziantep, Kayseri and Trabzon will also be added to the list of destinations.

For more information about Turkish Airlines or the new scheduled services, please contact our Travel Consultants. They’ll be happy to provide you with more information or assist you in booking your ticket.

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