|Top route||Antalya to Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen|
Crew and service was very good. Seats are tight but it was ok for a shorter flight.
The crew and service was top notch, but the seating is too crowded. If the person in front of you puts their seat back, you can barely move. I even had a hard time just getting up out of my seat to go to the bathroom.
TA should enforce carry-on restrictions - MANY passengers brought significantly oversized bags, causing delays and difficulty finding space in overhead bins. IST is very inefficient with security checks. We went through THREE security checks and had our passports checked SIX times before finally being able to board. There is also a significant lack of vendors offering food, newspapers, and such in the gate sections. One of our worst airport experiences in 40 years of air travel. TA does serve very good food, so thanks for that. Comfort-wise, padding in seats needs to be improved, as does leg room. If you are six feet tall or more, you will be aching after 5 or 6 hours, let alone 11.5 hours.
The cabin was extremely hot. Pressed the assistance button and waited for more than 30 mins for one of the crew members showed up. Told him about the cabin temperature said he’ll check and lower it. 30 minutes later called saw him and asked if he lowered it. He said he’ll check again. Until we arrived to our final destination the temperature never got lowered. One of the passengers passed out during the flight. Pretty sure it was due to the heat. The leather seats didn’t help at all
No additional recommendation
Despite requesting for vegetarian meal, we were told in the flight that they don’t have vegetarian meal for us. We were not provided any meal because of that
Efficient and great quality
Seats are crowded and no room area for legs at all.
Everything was excellent
I liked the comfort and the gifts. The service needs to be improved. Overall, everything is good, and I would use Turkish Airlines again, but it depends on the price, of course.
Delhi airport is worst
The crew was nice . But the food was okay. Also, Turkish airlines from Istanbul to Delhi has a good food options. But Delhi airport was horrible
Plane left late missed connection had to stay at a hotel . Scheduled for wheelchair assist at purchase of ticket and did not Have available between flights had towalk to find help
Check-in and flight very easy. All staff / personnel polite, efficient, friendly. Clean and safe plane. Good price
Food could have been better. No wheel chair arrangements by ground staff. Had to walk a long distance to boarding gate
Food could have been better.
Airplanes was very cold foot rest was in the way
No entertainment although TV screens on during flight.
Deplaning was very slow and haphazard.
They allow passengers to sleep for couple of hours before starting food service. I think that is very thoughtful. Good seat comfort, pitch. Good IFE.
The plane was not too confortable
lost my luggage, i was told my luggage was checked through to my final destination but apparently i needed to pick umit up at my first port of entry into the US and re-check it as a result, i didn’t have medicine i needed, and luggage was lost
Everything was good and more than expected
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Operating as Turkey’s national flag carrier, Turkish Airlines has a large presence in world aviation and flies to more than 100 countries. Particularly focusing on transporting passengers to Europe, Asia and Africa, international flights make up a large section of the company’s scheduled services.
The airline’s primary headquarters are in Istanbul, where they operate a maintenance facility responsible for the upkeep of their fleet. Turkish Airlines also has a hub in the capital city of Ankara. Using a combination of Boeing and Airbus planes, the most common models are the Boeing 737 and Airbus A321. A distinctive red tail is featured on all aircrafts of the fleet.
Joining as a member of the Star Alliance in 2008, hub-sharing and route combinations allow customers to reach all across the world. Passengers can also benefit from access to shared airport lounges and quicker travel times. They have codeshare agreements with popular carriers such as United Airlines, Etihad Airways, Air China, Air Canada and JetBlue.
The cabins are split between Economy and Business Class. Turkish Airlines have been voted the World’s Best Premium Economy Airline with features such as adjusted toy seats for children and an amenity kit including earplugs, lip balm, socks and a sleep mask. In the Business section, passengers will find in-chair massage functions, a reading lamp and porcelain tableware. Upgraded customers are also treated to Turkish cuisine on all flights, while the Economy section has a more standardized international meal. There is also a dedicated Business Lounge with entertainment facilities such as gaming consoles, a children’s play area and a piano.