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Turkish Airlines Business Lounge


If you are connecting to your travel destination via Istanbul, the ideal thing to do would be to weave in a day or two and enjoy the sounds, colours and flavours of one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Istanbul. However, if you are short on time, then make the most of your Istanbul Airport experience by sinking into the luxury of the Turkish Airlines Business Lounge.

Called the world’s meeting point, Istanbul Airport commenced operations in October 2018 and provides flights to more than 325 destinations with the passenger capacity to cater to 200 million when fully completed. Modern, futuristic yet steeped in culture the airport is a treasure trove of comfort and style with an array of cafes and shops waiting to be discovered.

Make the most of your Istanbul Airport experience by sinking into the luxury of the Turkish Airlines Business Lounge.

The Turkish Airlines Lounge offers an exceptional business class experience where entertainment and comfort intertwine over a sprawling set up that includes a museum offering a glimpse of Turkish cultural authenticity. You can relax in the private suites, take a refreshing shower, savour delicacies and beverages – both international and traditional – to suit every palate. There is also a console gaming area and a children’s play area to ensure that young travellers’ needs are met.

What personally worked for me was the deep sense of comfort and distinct level of service and hospitality, all of which was subtle and accorded me my privacy, improving my entire flying experience.

You have access to the lounge if you are flying business class. Turkish Airlines operates three flights a week from Kathmandu and is the only carrier connecting Nepal and Europe currently. For further information or details: WWW.THY.COM or [email protected]

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