Turkish Airlines

Turkish Airlines

The flag carrier of Turkey

March 15

Crazy Llama collected for you all the necessary information about the Turkish Airlines – Contacts, Reviews and Rules. ✈️

Short overview

IATA code
Scheduled airline



The national carrier of Turkey, Turkish Airlines is known as the largest carrier in the world with scheduled services to up to 304 destinations in the Americas, Europe, Asia and Africa. With the slogan, “Widen your World”, the airline no doubt has plans to continue to expand and improve their networks and services.

The airline, which began operations in 1933 with five aircraft, now has a passenger and cargo fleet of 338 aircraft, and has maintained a steady growth, which has resulted in making it one of the top airlines in the world.


The airline launched a new maintenance and repair center at Sabiha Gökçen International Airport in 2014; this development has been noted by global aviation and regarded as a significant step forward for Turkish Civil Aviation. With its subsidiaries, Goodrich Turkish Technic Service Center, TEC, TSI Turkish Seat Industries and TCI Turkish Cabin Interior, and a workforce of almost 7,000, the maintenance and repair center has raised the bar in aviation maintenance.

Culled from passenger reviews, below are some pros and cons for flying Turkish Airlines

Punctuality, no delays


Friendly and efficient staff


Lovely food


Great options for drinks and in-flight entertainment


Covers numerous destinations


Cramped seating arrangements with little legroom


Rude flight attendant


A lack of vegetarian meals options


High priced flights


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Hand baggage
8 kg
55 x 40 x 23 cm

Checked baggage

20 kg
H + W + D = max. 158 cm

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