Turkish Airlines to deliver Inflight Connectivity to its fleet

Passengers of airlines in Turkey will now be able to enjoy the highest quality and variety of IFC services available on any commercial passenger airline

Turkish Airlines has selected Global Eagle and Profen to deliver industry-leading inflight connectivity to more than 100 narrow-body aircraft. Check out the Turkish Airlines wifi cost below.

Passengers will have access to high-quality connectivity, providing internet access inflight on the airline’s fleet of B737NG and A321 aircraft.

M. İlker Aycı, Turkish Airlines Chairman of the Board and the Executive Committee, says: “We are confident that with this partnership, Profen and Global Eagle will meet Turkish Airlines’ high expectations for effective connectivity in its fleet by delivering large-scale Inflight Connectivity (IFC) solutions. Thus, we as Turkish Airlines are pleased to have selected Profen and Global Eagle, two companies that have the competent skill-set to deliver high-quality connectivity to our passengers.”

Per Norén, Global Eagle’s President, says: “By integrating our award-winning Airconnect Global Ku satellite IFC solution, Airtime Portal, content, and satellite network with Profen’s substantial teleport, regulatory, billing, and security infrastructure, we will provide Turkish Airlines’ passengers an end-to-end inflight connectivity of with high speed, full coverage and world-leading ease of access.

“Since its founding in 1933, Turkish Airlines has earned a worldwide reputation for consistent service innovation and the highest levels of passenger experience, from safety to quality, comfort to value. This partnership perfectly reflects the airline’s world-leading reputation.”

Global Eagle’s, Norén continues: “Our Profen and Global Eagle partnership will enable the airline to confidently deliver the highest quality and variety of IFC services to its passengers.”

Within a year, Turkish Airlines passengers will be able to start enjoying the highest quality and variety of IFC services available on any commercial passenger airline.

Onder Havuzlu, President, Profen, says: “Since its establishment, Turkish Airlines has grown consistently to gain its position as a major global carrier. Being the national flag carrier airline of Turkey, the company is taking seriously the importance of feedback from its customers. We are glad to be a part of this connectivity project of such a leading airline.”

Onder Havuzlu adds: “IFC on narrow-bodies will become one of the key solutions to further improve the Turkish Airlines passengers’ flight experience. Global Eagle and Profen will provide an end-to-end solution that ensures passengers have the highest level of connectivity service.”

Turkish Airlines wifi cost:

1 GB of free internet service is provided to Turkish Airlines guests flying in Business Class. Company guests traveling in Economy Class can benefit from wireless internet connection service for 1-hour package for 9.99 USD or 24-hour package for 29,99 USD.

Turkish Airlines Business Class guests, who have consumed their quota, can continue to use this service by purchasing a package.

Turkish Airlines Miles & Smiles Elite / Elite Plus members can benefit from 400 MB free internet service while their Miles & Smiles Classic / Classic Plus members can use 10 MB free internet service. In addition, Turkish Airlines passengers can start to use company internet service by becoming a Miles & Smiles Classic member during their flight.

In addition to the Wi-Fi service detailed above, Turkish Airlines passengers traveling with B777, B787 and A330 aircraft can also benefit from our Live TV and “eXPhone”* services. By using this service, you will be able to send text messages (excluding voice calls), check your e-mails and browse the internet (including social media platforms) with your mobile phones.

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