Turkish Airlines Increases Business-Class Cabin Size on Toronto-Istanbul Route

By Jesse Sokolow on 25 April 2016
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IMGP4629Turkish Airlines announced that it expanded its business class section on flights between Toronto and Istanbul.   The carrier now offers 49 seats in business class on its Boeing 777-300s that it operates on its Toronto-Istanbul route, a 75% increase from the 28 business-class seats that were previously available.

Turkish Airlines removed its entire Comfort Class cabin, which had 63 seats, on the planes to make room for the additional business-class seats.

The airline’s 777-300 business-class seats are lie-flat, with a width of 22” and expand to a bed length of 75”. Business-class seats also have adjustable privacy screens.

Passengers flying in business class have access to Turkish Airlines’ CIP Lounge at Istanbul Atatürk Airport, and the Maple Leaf Lounge in Toronto.

Turkish Airlines began flying between the two cities in 2009 and currently operates six non-stop flights each week.

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