Turkish Airlines’ Corporate Club program was voted “Best Airline Corporate Program” by the readers of Business Traveler Magazine.
Turkish Airlines flies to more countries than any other airline and, with its Corporate Club program, has received the “Best Airline Corporate Program” award in the “Best in Business Travel” awards from Business Traveler readers, which are divided into four in 14 different regions Continents are published.
The annual “Best in Business Travel” awards program is carried out by Business Traveler Magazine and is determined by the votes of the magazine’s readers in the “Best in Business Travel” survey. This year marks the 33rd annual program, showcasing the top providers in the travel industry, including the best airlines, hotels and car rentals, along with categories such as airports, loyalty programs, golf resorts and cruise ships.
On the news, Turkish Airlines Chief Executive Officer M. Ilker Ayci commented: ‘It’s no surprise to be named one of the top travel companies in the world in Business Traveler’s reader survey. Through our Corporate Club program, we provide world-class amenities, world-famous Turkish hospitality and first class service to business travelers around the world as we continuously improve. Turkish Airlines will continue to be among the best in the world in aviation with its strong network and unparalleled service. ‘
Turkish Airlines Corporate Club offers its business travelers the highest level of Turkish hospitality and offers various benefits with its loyalty program. Since time is the most important factor for its guests, Turkish Airlines Corporate Club offers several pre-flight benefits such as: B. increased flexibility in purchasing tickets, access to special passenger lounges at Istanbul Airport and additional baggage allowance. Since program participants can enjoy a relaxed flight while their business class seats transform into comfortable beds, they can enhance their flight experience even further with award-winning gourmet dishes served by Flying Chefs along with their free WiFi access.
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