I’m a huge fan of Turkish Airlines’ onboard product. I find Turkish Airlines to have an superb enterprise class gentle product, mainly the food, service, and facilities.
The one essential downside to Turkish Airlines’ enterprise magnificence up till now’s their lackluster seats. Fortunately, that’s converting soon.
We’ve recognized for quite a while that Turkish Airlines is introducing a brand new business class product on their Boeing 787-9s. The airline has 25 Boeing 787-9s, in addition to 25 Airbus A350-900s, on order. They’re simply taking delivery in their first 787, and need to take shipping of their first A350 soon. Unfortunately, they don’t plan to reconfigure existing planes with those new seats anytime soon
Anyway, up till now, the airline has only shared multiple renderings of their new enterprise elegance product. With Turkish Airlines’ first 787-9 being geared up to move, the airline has now shared a few real pix of the aircraft.
If the seat looks acquainted, it’s due to the fact the enterprise magnificence product is the equal one which Singapore Airlines has mounted on their new 787-10s. While Singapore uses those planes for nearby routes, it’s still an aggressive seat.
If you want to fly Turkish Airlines’ new 787-nine:
The first US route to get the 787-9 could be Washington Dulles, if you want to get the plane as of August 8, 2019
The next US route to get the 787-9 will be Atlanta, on the way to get the plane as of September 10, 2019
Unfortunately I’m locating award availability on the one’s routes is extraordinarily restricted — optimistically that changes ultimately, as I find Turkish to be truly inconsistent with making award seats available.
All matters are taken into consideration I’d say Turkish Airlines currently ranks in my pinnacle five worldwide business class product. With those new seats I think they’ll squarely be in the wide variety two spots, proper behind Qatar Airways’ Quotes.
Ben Schlappig (aka Lucky) is a travel representative, blogger, and avid points collector. He travels about 400,000 miles a yr, on the whole using miles and factors to beautify his first class studies. He chronicles his adventures, alongside enterprise news, right here at One Mile at a Time.
This is an exciting improvement. I locate it extremely frustrating that TK could be very inconsistent approximately award seat or upgrade availability. It is like rolling the dice even if you are a TK elite/elite plus member.
That seems like a generous rating since, as you often kingdom (and I accept as true with you), “business class is all about the seat.”
But you have a trouble with how Turkish Airlines offers with passengers walking with massive duffel bags into washrooms when landing on US Terra Firma. 🙂