Is Turkish Airlines highly rated?

Is Turkish Airlines highly rated?

Turkish Airlines is Certified as a 3-Star Airline for the quality of its airport and onboard product and staff service. Product rating includes seats, amenities, food & beverages, IFE, cleanliness etc, and service rating is for both cabin staff and ground staff.

Is there a Turkish Airlines lounge in JFK?

Unfortunately Turkish Airlines does not have a lounge at JFK. They share it with Alitalia. This is not a disappointment because the Alitalia lounge at JFK is sufficient and comfortable to make any passenger content.

Which terminal does Turkish Airlines use at JFK?

JFK Terminal 1
JFK Terminal 1 A number of international airlines fly to and from JFK’s Terminal 1, including Air France, Korean Air, Lufthansa, Turkish Airlines, and more.

What is it like to fly Turkish Airlines?

And from a passenger experience perspective, Turkish has a reputation for fantastic onboard catering. There’s no question that Turkish’s 777s have a dated business-class cabin. And on my flight, service from the crew felt indifferent and not particularly distinguished.

What does a Turkish Airlines in-flight Chef do?

These in-flight chefs are responsible for overseeing the entire meal service, from taking orders to preparation and seat-side presentation. In fact, it’s a distinguishing aspect of Turkish Airlines’ catering program, and one I was eager to experience for myself. (Photo by Chris Dong/The Points Guy.)

How many planes does Turkish Airlines have?

Airline Summary. Established in 1933 with a fleet of five aircraft, Star Alliance member Turkish Airlines (TK) has a fleet of 328 (passenger and cargo) aircraft flying to more than 300 worldwide destinations as 253 international and 49 domestic, in 121 countries.

Does Turkish Airlines have business-class?

Turkish took delivery of its first Boeing 777 in 2010, and this business-class formation has been around since then. T he airline does not have any imminent plans to retrofit the aircraft with the business-class fixtures found on its newer aircraft. (Photo by Chris Dong/The Points Guy.)