Turkish Airlines is the national service provider of Turkey and member of star alliance, established in 1933 and now operates to hundreds of world-wide top destinations. Extending its flights from Europe to Asia, middle east to Africa, north America to Oceania, airline is now one of the most selling airline, carrying millions of customers each year.
Turkish Airline functions a number of routes on global tracks and has its main hub at the Ata Turk Worldwide Flight terminal, with additional locations at the Esenboga Worldwide Flight terminal, Sabiha Gokchin Worldwide Flight terminal, and Adnan Menderes Flight terminal. The commercial airline retains planned services to 130 international places, offering over 170 airports in europe, Japan, Africa, Asia and America. From 10 thousand travelers in 2001, the commercial airline increased its capacity to handle 30 thousand travelers in 2010 and goals to serve 35 thousand travelers this year. A member of the Star alliance, Turkish Air carriers engages more than 15,000 workers.
The airline offers a practical path map wherein users can check out different tracks being handled by the commercial airline. The path map is available to recommend tourists about the airline's flight points, alternative routes, and the vacation spots where they would like to take a trip to on Turkish Air carriers. As per the airline's monthly take a trip lifestyle journal 'SkyLife', the commercial airline plans to add 14 new worldwide vacation spots to its network this year, which at present involves 41 every day and 133 worldwide destinations.
Luggage allowance is 23 kg for Economic climate Training travelers and 30 kg for Business Training travelers. Please please be aware that your check-in luggage should not go over 8 kg / 23x40x55 cm.
If you would like to carry luggage other than a bag with you in flight, you should buy an additional luggage allowance and it must be in ideal dimension as per airline's policy. If you are a artist, please be confident that musical technology equipment are not topic to this reduction but should be reported to airline in advance.