Airplane Airbus A340-300 (343) Turkish Airlines has 2 classes on board with total of 270 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||60 - 77||21||1 - 6||34|
|economy||33 - 34||17 - 17.7||7 - 37||236|
It was great, wonderful and comfortable
I was pleasantly surprised and very impressed with Turkish Airline. The seats were very comfortable. Service was excellent and in general, everything was clean and comfortable.
it was a excellent flight i have ever made. highly recommended.
Beware of bulkhead. there is not enough leg space. I am an average height guy.
Very poor service, food terrible, very loud with no intervention of the crew.
I was only flying on a short flight and didn't think I'd be flying on this large plane . The actual flight was amazing and all you can eat food included in the fare . The seat pitch was amazing also.I really enjoyed this flight and I'd fly with them again .
I was a bit skeptical before flying turkish after reading many bad reviews on the forums. However, I would have to say that I am glad I flew. I am a US citizen and took this route as one leg of my trip. I had two kids and my wife with me. The plane is one of the most common that TK uses for its long haul flights alongwith A330. The seats are excellent, with good leg room and recline to 169 degrees. These are not "flat bed" seats as TK offers on their 777, however, these "lie flat" seats were very comfortable to sit on and also when it was time to sleep I easily was able to sleep very comfortably. I am % ft 6inch and sleep on my side, and even though the seat when flat slopes down, but you can easily adjust the foot rest to support your feet and that would "tuck" you well in the seat. The service was excellent, with 6 air hostesses for the 32 business class passengers. They were warm and elcoming. Some of them were not very fluent in english but were able to cater to the needs with out any problem. The food came in one main course, midflight snak (sandwiches) and one "light meal" at the end of the flight. The main course was served with an advance menu with passengers name written on the menu cards. Then there were three courses, served in a buffet style, including a choice of appetizers, meal and dessert followed by coffee and brownies. There was alcohol for the passengers, I am not sure what types as I do not drink. I would definitely recommend TK, especially the price we got for our route was half of the other carrier's business class!