Turkish Airlines Air Tickets Booking Online
Turkish Airlines is the national flag carrier airline of Turkey, sometimes referred to simply as Turkish Air, is the national flag carrier airline of Turkey and is headquartered at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul. The airline's main base is Atatürk International Airport (IST) in Istanbul, with secondary hubs at Esenboga International Airport (ESB) in Ankara and Sabiha Gokcen International Airport (SAW) in Istanbul. The airline network operates its services to 261 destinations across the world covering 6 continents, making it the fourth largest carrier in the world.Turkish Airlines flies to many destinations including Bari, Colombo, Bahrain, Dar Es Salaam, Bishkek, Hurghada, Male, Lahore, Karachi, Kuala Lumpur, Malta, Manchester in the UK, Maputo, Sharm El-Sheikh, Sochi and many others.
Turkish Airlines aims to be the preferred one of the leading European air carrier. The Turkish Airlines Flights adheres to the flight safety, reliability, and quality of service, product line, and competitiveness.
How to Check in
To save passengers the hassle of dealing with paper tickets which can easily be misplaced, damaged or accidentally dropped down a toilet, AnadoluJet came up with an ‘e-ticket’ system for certain flight destinations and Turkish Airlines Reservations which would dispense with the need for paper to be involved.
The process of Turkish Airlines Tickets booking an e-ticket is the same - you do it via their sales offices, dialing the call centre or through the website. After acquiring an e-ticket, you can skip the queues at the check-in counters by using the self-check-in kiosks available at certain domestic airports. Simply enter your name, surname and reservation code (PNR) or Electronic Ticket number into the kiosk, drop off your baggage at dedicated bag drops, and head to the gate. Alternatively, e-ticket holders can do their check-in online via the AnadoluJet website 24 hours before departure, print out their boarding passes on their personal computers, and forgo check-in at the airport altogether. Passengers who booked conventional paper tickets also have the option of using the self check-in kiosks or check in online, but will not be able to print their boarding passes at home. Passengers should check in one hour before the scheduled departure time of domestic flights, or two hours before the departure of international flights.