Post Profile






Review: Turkish Airlines San Francisco-Istanbul

In December I flew on Turkish Airlines from San Francisco to Budapest via Istanbul in business class on a Boeing 777-300ER and a Boeing 737-800. It's the second time I've flown Turkish in the last few years and I'm still in awe of its service in business class, which includes sumptuous candle-lit dinners served by onboard chefs, a big, open and social cabin, fresh flowers, oversized lavatories and prompt service provided by a young staff that's eager to please.
read more

share

Related Posts


Turkish Airlines Announces 2 New Destinations During the Superbowl: Gotham City and Metropolis

Travel / Air Travel : View From the Wing

Turkish Airlines is paying for a big marketing tie-in with Batman v. Superman. It's no ANA-Star Wars, but they've got a special livery on a Boeing 777 that's been flying Miami - Istanbul - Mumbai. Apparently business class menus and...

Wide Open Award Availability: Japan Airlines First Class

Travel / Air Travel : View From the Wing

Via Lucky, Japan Airlines is swapping out a Boeing 787 (angled business class, no first class) for a Boeing 777-300ER on their San Francisco – Tokyo Haneda route effective December 1. The Boeing 777-300ER has first class suites and ...

Swiss 777 Business Class In 10 Pictures

Travel / Air Travel : One Mile at a Time

Hello from Zurich! I just flew Swiss' 777-300ER business class for the first time, on the 10hr35min flight across the Atlantic from San Francisco. While I've flown Swiss' 777 first class and Swiss' A330 business class, this was my f...

Review: Malaysia Airlines Business Class 737 Kuala Lumpur To Bali

Travel / Air Travel : One Mile at a Time

I was excited for my first flight on Malaysia Airlines in a couple of years, as I had only previously flown their A380s and 777s. I was curious how their regional product compared. My first impression of Malaysia's 737 was extremely...

San Francisco Istanbul $737 flights into mid-June

Travel / Air Travel : BoardingArea

Turkish Airlines flies nonstop from San Francisco to Istanbul, Turkey. Unfortunately, the $737 airfare available for flights into mid June is not Turkish Airlines nonstop flights. But, you can fly from San Francisco to Istanbul in t...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC