Sitzplan Airbus A330-200 (332) v1 Turkish Airlines
Flugzeug Airbus A330-200 (332) v1 Turkish Airlines mit 2 Klassen und 250 Sitzen an Bord. Dank dem Flugzeug-Sitzplan können Sie herausfinden, welche Plätze komfortabler sind und welche am besten vermieden werden sollten.
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Angle Lie Flat
Great seat. Lot of space and great legroom. Isle is wider in this area and you can walk a bit and stretch your legs.
A great business class seat, with direct aisle access without disturbing your fellow passenger. Could be be slightly wider, but this didn't effect me too much. Controls, easy to use. Crew made up flat bed for sleeping, which I manage 5 hours (unusual for me on a long flight). I would definitely travel Turkish Airlines business class A330-300 again. Crew and Service is outstanding!
Nice aircraft for a short flight, good service.
The row turns a few degrees. The footroom shorter than 2-3 centimeters
I think they often use the A330-300 for this flight, but this A330-203 was one of the most uncomfortable ever. All economy window and aisle seats (A,B,J,K) plus E and F seats have HUGE boxes for entertainment system, so almost no leg room for a 12-hour flight. The worst ever experience on Turkish airlines. So bad I upgraded to Business on return flight; much better, but still only narrow angle lie-flat seats. Beware!
armrest legt was Brocken, entertainment system was not Wirkung. Legroom was OK although the whole cabin was sort of cramped. Seat is OK for just sitting, angled recline, terribly uncomfortable, edge of seat too prominent and footrest mounted on springs so when ever you move you push the whole thing down, horrible!
The business class is of the more old angle-lie-flat seat. Earlier comments fully supported, the seats are even a bit narrow. I had a 12h flight and it was not very comfortable. More importantly, there was an electric breaktdown in most parts of the passenger cabin. This lead to a blackout of the entertainment system and none of the business class seats could be adjusted any more. Only luck was, that around 50% of the seats were occupied. So all passengers could sit in an upright seat for the landing. TK should consider to bring these aircrafts quickly into pension. I used a more modern version with lie flat beds, which were perfect.
Flew TC-JNE, A330-203, MSN 774 Aircraft was 7 years old but cabin has obviously been refurbished recently. Exceptionally good condition of the interior. Seats however are a very bad version of the angled lie flat type. Only back and legrest recline adjusatble, legrest extension is aginst spring force (retracts itself when not loaded) not comfortable for sleeping. Tray table can not be adjusted (folds from center armrest) and is too far away for comfortable eating or filling immigration forms, need to put the pillow in your back to make it work. Cabin has individual air vents (unfortunately only a minority of long range aircraft have this feature)