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Turkish Airlines launches its updated mobile application

Posted 14 October 2016 · Add Comment

Turkish Airlines has introduces its new mobile application to passengers.

The airline said the application is designed to provide the ultimate user-friendly layout, with high quality visuals of destinations that Turkish Airlines flies to.

The new functionalities of the mobile application allow passengers to change tickets, make cancelations, add infants, and add flights directly. Application includes the terminal maps in order to make mobile users find their desired location. Also the mobile application allows users to have the ability to buy emergency row seats, as well as making it possible to upgrade economy tickets to business via new update.

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