Turkish Airlines has planned to divide its carriers flying on routes between Ho Chi Minh City, Istanbul and Hanoi starting from the month of September 11, 2019. This indicates that the flyers traveling on routes between Istanbul and both Vietnamese destinations will receive more choices for non-stop flights.
At present, the airline is responsible to operate three cities. This means it is providing a triangular service flying on routes between Istanbul-Ho Chi Minh City-Hanoi-Istanbul as well as Istanbul-Hanoi-Ho Chi Minh City-Istanbul on varied days. This ideally signifies that it is mandatory for the passengers to take a stopover in any one city, either via their outbound or inbound flight. Currently, Airbus A330-300 is used to fly on the aforesaid destinations however, there’s a blur picture whether the same carrier will be flown on routes during the time of flight division in September, the upcoming year. From the next year, the carrier will be divided into two non-stop services that would fly on routes between Istanbul-Ho Chi Minh City-Istanbul as well as Istanbul-Hanoi-Istanbul.
The aircraft provides two classes- economy and business. Featuring 28 seats, all of them are laid out in a 2-2-2 configuration in business class flights whereas in the economy class, the seats are arranged in 2-4-2 configuration over two cabins.