Flying to more countries and international destinations than any other airline, Turkish Airlines started operations in 1933 with a fleet of just five. Since then, the Star Alliance member has grown to be a global airline with over 300 passenger and cargo aircraft.
From its hub in Istanbul, the only city to straddle two continents, Turkish Airlines connects over 300 destinations in 124 countries. With Turkish hospitality at its core, the airline offers unparalleled services at all stages of the journey, from generous baggage allowance for sports equipment to the latest movies and a huge selection of media to access inflight.
Onboard catering is supplied by Turkish Do&Co, prepared using the best of seasonal ingredients for delicious international and Turkish dishes. In Business Class, ‘Flying Chefs’ bring a new brand of Turkish hospitality to the air by preparing meals freshly onboard, served alongside a selection of fresh juices.
Turkish Airlines is always at the forefront of the latest technological advances and innovations in the aviation industry, boasting one of the youngest fleets with more on order. The airline welcomes a new era of aviation at its new home at the newly-opened Istanbul Airport, ensuring Istanbul is at the centre of global aviation. Set to be constructed in four phases, the airport will boast six runways and four terminals with the capacity to serve up to 200 million passengers a year. The move offers great potential for Turkish Airlines as its network and fleet grow, thereby expanding its services and offering a modern, streamlined travel experience.
Turkish Airlines operates daily flights between Istanbul and Singapore on a 777 aircraft with many convenient connections to Europe.