Turkish Airlines to use Boeing 777 on regular flights between Schiphol and new Istanbul Airport
Do you have meetings planned in Istanbul? As of March 2019, you can take advantage of five weekly Turkish Airlines flights on a Boeing 777-300ER. Days of departure are Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Currently, these flights make use of four Airbus A330-300 planes. By introducing the Boeing 777 on this route, Turkish Airlines will be offering much more capacity to you as a business traveller. Your flights between Schiphol and the new Istanbul Airport will also be more comfortable. Have you had a busy week and need a bit of rest and relaxation? Experience the ‘flat-bed’ seats in both Business and Economy Class. Need to finish some work on board? Enjoy the free Wi-Fi connection offered to all Business Class travellers.
Following its full completion, the new Istanbul Airport can cope with 90 million passengers a year. In a few years’ time, the airport is expecting to be able to accommodate as many as 120 million passengers.
For assistance in booking your ticket, contact our Travel Consultants. They will be happy to provide you with more information or help you book your ticket.
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