Contact of Turkish Airlines customer service


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Contact Turkish Airlines: Find below customer service details of Turkish Airlines, including telephone and address. You can reach the below contact for new flight booking, cancellation, refund, baggage claim, cheap airfares, deals or other queries on Turkish Airlines. Besides contact details, the page also offers information and links on Turkish Airlines services.

Turkish Airlines Head Office
Building Ataturn Airport
34149 Yesilköy, Istanbul, Turkey
Phone: +90-212-463-6363
Fax: +90-212-465-2121

Turkish Airlines Customer Service
+90 212 444 0 849
+90 850 333 0 849

Email
customer@thy.com
ocihelp@thy.com

Turkish Airlines Cargo
+90 212 463 55 56
212 463 63 63
212 465 22 22

Reservations Worldwide
USA +1 800 874 8875
Austria +43 1 586 20 24
Belgium +32 – 2 – 5001932 / +32 – 2 – 5117676
Denmark +45 33 14 40 55
Morocco +212 22 46 45 00
France +331 (56) 69 33 54
UK  0 844 800 6666
Italy +39 0 276007111
Rome +39 06 45 21 3849
Israel +972 3 975 40 83 / 85
Spain 902 255 260 – 93.298.40.48
Sweden +46 8 797 72 58
Switzerland 0041 44 225 23 23
Netherland +31(0)20 405 96 36
Norway +47 648 20 530
Romania +40 21 3112410
Ukraine +380 44 4905933
Greece 30 210 322 25 69

Miles&Smiles Call Center
Phone: +90 212 444 0 849
Fax: +90 212 465 23 06
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Book Turkish Airlines Flight
To book a Turkish Airlines flight online click here

Turkish Airlines Flight Schedule
To check Turkish Airlines flight schedule online click here

Turkish Airlines Flight Status
To check Turkish Airlines flight status online click here

Track Lost Baggage
To track your lost baggage click here

Online Check-in
Passengers can check-in 24 hours up to 90 minutes prior to the departure time. Passengers can check-in online within comfort of their homes or offices. You can print the boarding pass from your printer. To check-in online click here

Baggage Information
Checked Baggage: Generally Economy Class passengers are allowed to carry 2 pieces with 23 kg each. Business Class and First Class can carry 2 bags with 32 kg weight each.
Hand Baggage: Economy Class passengers can carry 1 piece with 8kg. Business Class passengers can carry 2 pieces with 8kg each.

Miles&Smiles
Miles&Smiles is the frequent flier program of Turkish Airlines. Through the program members can earn miles every time they fly with Turkish Airlines or its partner airlines. One can also earn miles by booking hotels and renting cars. The membership includes Classic Card, Classic Plus Card, Elite Card and Elite Plus Card. The membership benefits include priority check-in, extra baggage allowance, priority boarding, airport lounge access and much more. To register click here

Turkish Airlines Destinations
Turkish Airlines flies to Abu Dhabi, Accra, Adana, Addis Ababa, Amman, Amsterdam, Baghdad, Bahrain, Baku, Bangkok, Barcelona, Basel, Birmingham, Bishkek, Bodrum, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Bursa, Cairo, Cape Town, Dhaka, Doha, Donetsk,  Dublin, Dubai, Frankfurt, Fukuoka, Gaziantep, Geneva,Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Isparta, Istanbul Ataturk, Johannesburg, Karachi, Manchester, Mardin, Milan, Minsk, Moscow, Mumbai, Munich,Washington, Zurich.. click here for the complete list.

About Turkish Airlines
turkish airlines pictureTurkish Airlines was founded in the year 1933 and is the national carrier of Turkey. One of the oldest airlines, Turkish flies to over 163 destinations. In 2010 the airline carried over 31 million passengers. Turkish Airlines operates its flights from its main base at Ataturk International Airport. Antalya, Esenboga, Sabiha Gokcen and Adnan Menderes are its focus cities.

Turkish Airlines employs over 17,000 people including pilots and cabin crew. In 2008 the airline became a member of the world’s largest airline alliance, Star Alliance. Turkish Airlines won the best airline of Southern Europe in 2009 and 2010, awarded by Skytrax. It was also chosen as the third best airline in Europe.

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5 Responses to “Contact of Turkish Airlines customer service”

  • Andrea says:

    Hello, can i check 2 baggages with 23 and 10 kilo weight from cairo to budapest for free?

  • Michael says:

    I lost my bag when I arrived to Doha. I start calling the airline to track my bag but it seems people or your staff does not know what to do or where to find. I then gave a call to Turkish airlines. I am not satisfied with your service. I could not find assistance by anyone from past 20 hours.

  • peter says:

    The agent who booked my flight with Turkish Airlines is not giving my refund. I need to complaint on this.

  • Chu Mary says:

    This is to inform you that I was greatly dissappointed with Turkish Airline, being voted the best airline, as I had very bad experience with your flight maintenance. This is what happened, I was on Tk66 on 6 Dec from Istanbul to Singapore(Arrived on 7 Dec 2011)seated on Row 30G, the whole flight went smoothly from Istanbul to Singapore but to my horror when the plane landed at Singapore Airport, the whole piece of cover of the aircondition above seat 30K fell off and almost hit me..if my husband who was sitting next to me did not pull me away in time bad would have resulted. I had got scared and the passengers sitting near to me all had a great fright too. I picked up the cover and was shocked to see that 3 masking tap were used to secure the cover to the wall of the plane. This is totally unexceptable and horrible as since it had 3 masking tape on it which means that your engineer already knew that this is a pre existing problem and they just simply used the masking tape to secure it to the wall without even considering the safety of the passsenger. I believe even any budget airline will not do such thing to their aircraft more so how can You, Turkish Airline do such a thing. I am trully disaappointed with it. I expect a good explanation from your office on this issue

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