Turkish Airlines
Up-to-date detailed seat maps of the combined Turkish Airlines and AnadoluJet fleet

The wide bodies

The Turkish Airlines wide body fleet is extensive and varied. There are ten A330-200s (five type 332, five type 33A), thirty-six A330-300s (twenty-nine type 333 and seven type 33S), eleven Airbus A350-900 including four originally intended for Aeroflot, thirty-three Boeing 777-300ERs, and fifteen Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners

The narrow bodies

The Turkish Airlines fleet is comprised of six Airbus A319s, twelve A320ceos, sixty-five A321ceos, forty-one A321neos, forty Boeing 737-800s, twenty 737-Max 8s, fifteen 737-900ERs, and five 737-Max 9s


AnadoluJet is a brand of Turkish Airlines operating as a low-cost regional airline. The fleet is varied with some aircraft transfered in from the parent carrier, some acquired from other airlines, and others wet-leased from SmartLynx and SmartLynx Malta

The Airbus A321ceo type 1 is operated by SmartLynx Malta), the A321ceo type 2 is operated by SmartLynx.

The Airbus A321neo type 1 was delivered to an S7 Airlines spec and the type 2 originated from VietJet Air

The Boeing 737-800 type 1 transfered from the parent airline; the type 2 were formerly with Norwegian

The Max 8 type 1 frames were formerly with TUI and Norwegian, and the type 2 is a diverted S7 order

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