Airline tickets with Atlasjet
Atlasglobal is a low-cost Turkish airline that commenced operations in 2001. The airline has its base airport in Istanbul, Turkey. Offering comfort and quality to on-board travellers, the company stays true to its slogan: "a world beyond dreams". This airline was the first to offer a "fly and bus" service, and continues to provide complimentary airport shuttles in many of the cities where it operates. There are currently 27 aircraft in the Atlasglobal fleet. Every year approximately 48,000 travellers choose to fly with Atlasglobal.
Where does Atlasglobal fly to?
Atlasglobal operates domestic and international flights to the Middle East, Europe, Asia, North Cyprus and Turkey. This includes popular tourist destinations, such as Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Hamburg, London Luton, Milan, Paris, Stockholm, and Zurich. As of October 2016, Atlasglobal offers daily flights to and from London Stansted Airport, which is the UK's fourth-busiest airport. New destinations are frequently being added to meet the demands of travellers.
Check-in is fast and easy with Atlasglobal. Travellers have the option to check-in online, at the airport kiosk, or self-service machine. All domestic flight passengers should arrive at the airport at least one hour prior to departure, and international flight passengers should arrive at least two hours prior to departure. For those travelling to Iran or Iraq, be sure to arrive at the airport at least three hours before the scheduled flight departure. Whether you're planning a last-minute business trip, family holiday, or weekend away, the cheapest Atlasglobal flights may be easily sourced through the user-friendly search engine at lastminute.com.
What is Atlasglobal's luggage allowance?
All passengers travelling with Atlasglobal enjoy a generous free baggage allowance. For 'Ekonomiplus' travellers this ranges from one 20-40 kg check-in bag, plus one piece of hand baggage weighing up to 8 kg, and for Business class passengers the allowance ranges from 30 kg to 50 kg check-in luggage, plus two pieces of hand baggage each weighing up to 8 kg. The exact weight allowance of hold luggage is dependent upon the flight destination. Hand baggage should not exceed dimensions of 25 x 45 x 56 cm, and should easily fit under the seat or in the overhead cabin rack of the aircraft. All passengers may also carry on one personal item, such as a camera, laptop, or handbag. The baggage allowance for infants is 10 kg. Members of the Atlasmiles program may enjoy an additional baggage allowance.
What extras does Atlasglobal offer?
Atlasglobal offers a range of fares to suit different budgets and requirements. This includes the value-for-money 'EkonomiPlus' fares, which offers comfortable seating with 30-inch leg-room, complimentary food and beverages, and a free luggage allowance. Passengers opting for Business class enjoy extra benefits, such as wide seats with 37-inch leg-room, a broad choice of hot food and refreshing beverages, priority check-in, and use of airport lounges.
Meals are available to suit various dietary requirements, including vegan, diabetic, and low fat options. For passengers on flights of three hours or longer, travelling to or from Istanbul, there is a meet-and-greet 'Flying Chef' service. As well as receiving individual attention, passengers are presented with a choice of delicious daily dishes prepared by the chef. Meals are inspired by Turkish and international cuisine. Glober, the airline's exclusive in-flight magazine, is available to all passengers.
The Atlasmiles Loyalty Program awards members with air miles, and exclusive opportunities when flying with Atlasglobal. The program is also operated with partners, which means air miles may be accumulated from flights travelled, shopping, accommodation, and car rental. Air miles may be used to claim free flight tickets, and take advantage of special offers. There are four different Atlasmiles options, including Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze. Depending on level of membership, privileges may include special check-in, priority boarding, additional baggage allowance, and use of airport lounges.