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Turkish Airlines launches the 'Istanbul Bosphorus Experience' for its Business Class passengers

Posted 30 October 2017 · Add Comment

The Istanbul Bosphorus Experience is a new programme, specially designed by Turkish Airlines for its Business Class passengers who have a transfer time of seven or more hours in Istanbul.

Ahmet Olmuştur, chief marketing officer of Turkish Airlines, said: “We always strive to offer our passengers the best flight experience possible – on board and on the ground. With the addition of the Istanbul Bosphorus Experience, we continue to improve our wide range of activities and services including our worldwide known “Turkish Airlines Lounge Istanbul”, that earned the top spot in the category “World’s Best Business Class Lounge” within the Skytrax World Airline Awards 2017, or our innovative Miniport service.”

He added: “These offerings already transform the layover into a special experience. Passengers can now discover and enjoy the cultural facets of Istanbul at first hand. Besides further diversifying our unmatched offerings to our passengers by launching this service, we can also indirectly contribute to the Turkish tourism economy by this way.”

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