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Try cheap business class flights to Turkey with Voyagu

Looking for cheap business class flights to Turkey? We offer a wide range of business class flight options to Turkey, so you can find the perfect flight to meet your needs. Whether you’re looking for a direct flight or one with stops, we can help you find the best deal on business class flights to Turkey. And because we work with a variety of airlines, we can offer cheap business class flights from a variety of departure cities USA. So whether you’re coming from New York, Washington, or anywhere else, we can help you find cheap business class flights to Turkey.

Turkey is a country with some of the richest history in the world. Dating all the way back to the Byzantine Empire, Istanbul’s original name was Byzantine, referring to Byzas, the founder of the city. It was renamed to Constantinople in 324 and then later Istanbul in 1930. Many think that Istanbul is Turkey’s capital, but it is in fact Ankara. Istanbul is just Turkey’s largest city, geographically considered part of two continents: 95% in Asia and 5% in Europe. Full of fun facts like this, Turkey is well worth the visit.

Useful Tips for Traveling to Turkey

Obtain a Visa

Be sure to check Turkey’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs to learn your country’s specific entry requirements. It is usually a simple process, with American visas easily obtained within five minutes of online work. Most Americans must pay a fee of $20 if not more. Remember to print your visa or screenshot your approval documents so that you cover your tracks. You will likely not receive the visa approval via email.

Don’t Visit Banned Websites

Understand that some websites are banned in Turkey. was outlawed in March of 2017 due to a dispute with the Association of Turkish Travel Agents (TURSAB). TURSAB claimed that was unfair in its competitiveness of hotel marketing campaigns. Wikipedia was banned in April of 2017 due to a law that allows the Turkish government to ban certain websites for the purpose of protecting the public from misinformation. Paypal is another website banned in Turkey so conduct all necessary transactions before your arrival.

English is not Common

While Turkish is the official language of the nation, there are more than 30 ethnic languages spoken there. English is a dominant language in most countries, but not as much in Turkey. Many people know how to say “yes” and “no” but most will not know more than that. Learn a few Turkish words to help yourself get around the city.

What To Do in Turkey

Buy Evil Eye

The notorious evil eye, or nazar boncuğu, is an insignia made of molten glass, iron, and copper. It is a 3,000-year-old tradition that is used to protect whoever wears it from evil spirits. The blue stone is believed to have the power to ward off negative forces. Get yourself one!

Drink Coffee

Coffee did not originate in the land of Turkey, but it has a certain claim to fame. Turks brought coffee to Europe sometime during the 16th century. Europeans latched on and never let go. Pay homage to Turkey coffee by sipping the age-old classic mocha. These are most often brewed in a cezve, a small copper pot. We can almost guarantee it will taste better than Starbucks.

Kapalı Çarşı

The Kapalı Çarşı, or more commonly known as The Grand Bazaar, is an ancient marketplace. Dating all the way back to the 14th century, Kapalı Çarşı has remained a staple of Turkish culture. Vendors sell everything from handmade rugs to jewelry to classic Turkish clothing. The bazaar’s 3000 stalls now encompass 61 streets. A trip to Turkey would be incomplete without a stop here.

What NOT to do in Turkey

Wear Shoes in a Spiritual Building

Turkey is full of mind-blowing architecture, mostly in places of worship. Mosques are frequent sights. Do not enter one of these precious buildings with your shoes on. It is considered disrespectful and also helps keep the beautiful buildings beautiful. Also, never obscure a praying person’s line of sight to the entity they are praying toward. In Muslim faith, if anyone gets in the way of you and your prayer, it is null and void. Walking in front of someone while they are praying would force them to start all over again so do your best to walk behind those praying toward a certain direction.

Ride in a “Taxi”

Some truck drivers have been known to take advantage of gullible tourists and offer to give them a ride. They pretend to be a taxi so that they can make a few extra bucks (or worse). Be sure to check for a real taxi sign before getting in.

Leave Leftovers

In Turkish customs, it is considered rude to leave leftovers on your plate. This makes the host think you didn’t like whatever it is you were served. Obviously, sometimes our eyes are bigger than our stomach and we can’t finish our meal. Try to be preventative and order small dishes or scoop yourself small helpings of food. You can always get more.

Main International Airports

There are 35 international airports in Turkey, all offering business class flights.

Best Time to Visit Turkey

The best months to visit Turkey are apparently April and May as well as September and October. These months allow you the luxury of sunny skies without the scorching heat of the summer season. If you’re interested in checking out flights, click here.

Flying Time from United States to Turkey

Capital to capital, a flight from U.S. to Turkey is usually more than 13 hours on most commercial airliners. Most flights include layovers, but if you’re keen on flying straight there then Voyagu can help find whichever business class flight most conveniences you.

Best Business Class Airlines to Fly to Turkey

Voyagu does not rank its valued airline partners, but we provide a list of airlines that offer both discounted business class airfare and last-minute business class deals to Turkey.

Some of these may not have direct flights while instead arranging comforting connections:

  • United Airlines,
  • American Airlines,
  • Delta Airlines,
  • Lufthansa Airlines,
  • Air Canada.

For this specific destination, try Turkish Airlines.

How to Get Business Class Fares to Turkey with Voyagu

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