Turkish Airlines is the national carrier of Turkey and has its hub at Istanbul's Ataturk International Airport. It is one of the top five largest carriers in the world in terms of destinations served and has repeatedly been voted the world's best airlines due to its high level of service for economy passengers. In addition to its numerous awards, Turkish Airlines passenger reviews have generally been quite positive, especially with respect to in-flight service and meals. Turkish Airlines is a member of the Star Alliance. The Turkish Airlines website is available in English among many other languages and has a clear welcome panel which directs travelers to search for a new flight,view details of their reservations, begin the online check in process, or see their flight status. The “Travel Information” section of the website includes full information on Turkish Airlines' baggage policy (currently 20 kilograms of free baggage allowance per economy passenger on international flights, through the allowance does vary according to the specific trajectory). The Turkish Airlines website also offers extensive information on the company's Miles and Smiles frequent flyer program where flyers can earn miles which can be spent on flights or luxury goods via the company's Shop and Miles website. Miles and Smiles points can also be redeemed to upgrades to Turkish Airlines' stellar Business Class cabin which includes fully-reclining seats, unlimited drinks service, and complimentary lounge access.
Ciro Many Western fliers had never heard of Turkish Airlines until it started sweeping all the awards for best airline in the world. And I must say that it's a distinction that Turkish Airlines earned fair and square. From the generous snacks and drinks and extensive route map (Turkish flies to more destinations than any other airline on Earth) to its world-class Business Class cabin, it's has raised the standards for the industry as a whole. Their website also has helpful buttons right on the homepage so you can check in online or check your flight status without having to wander the hinterlands of the Turkish Airlines website. All around it's a great choice. Delete