With Turkish Aırlines to Asia
Turkish Airlines is expanding its network in China. This autumn Turkish Airline will start operating flights to Xi’an. That will be the fourth Chinese destination, after Beijing, Guangzhou and Shanghai and also the 39th destination in Asia. Initially there will be three flights per week, but that number will gradually expand. Earlier it was announced that in addition to Tokyo Narita, Turkish Aırlines will also start flights to Tokyo Haneda from April.
From Schiphol Airport, Turkish Airlines offers four daily flights to the new Istanbul Airport with an Airbus A330-300. Turkish Airlines offers a full Business Class product from Amsterdam including flat beds and free wifi. At Istanbul Airport, passengers can easily transfer to 58 destinations in Africa, 35 in the Middle East and 38 destinations in Asia. Turkish Airlines currently flies to a total of 318 destinations in 126 countries.
Business Class passengers can use the exclusive Business Class Lounge during their transfer. With our new Lounge Istanbul service, we promise our Business Class passenger much more than a usual passenger lounge. While waiting for your next flight, you can unwind in the private suites or take a refreshing shower. Relax in the lounge on comfortable sofas and enjoy delicious, exclusive delicacies from Turkish and international cuisine that have been awarded with the Skytrax award for Best Business Class Lounge Dining.
Do you want to book your business trip? Please contact us, our Travel Consultants are happy to help you!
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