Wed, 10 May 2017

Turkish Airlines Offering Laptop to Business Class Passengers on UK and US Bound Flights

Turkish Airlines today started offering a laptop to business class passengers on U.S.-bound flights.

The same service will be offered to U.K.-bound business class passengers from 12 May 2017.

Passengers who deliver their own laptop to the authorized TK staff before their flight can request a laptop from the cabin crew in order to continue their work or personal processes on-board during the flight.

Turkish Airlines aircraft

The airline says that a high security system has been installed on the laptops which is designed to protect the personal information/work of passengers by automatically and permanently deleting it all from the system when the laptop is shut down.

However, if passengers wish to make a copy of their work to an USB memory stick so that they can easily transfer it to their own laptop once landed then they can easily do that too.

See also: The topic of the laptop ban came up during the WTTC Global Summit 2017 session with Tony Fernandes (AirAsia) and Gary Chapman (Emirates), IATA Questions New US and UK Security Measures, QQatar Airways Offers Free Laptop Loan; Cuts Wi-Fi Price to US$5, Turkish Airlines Offering Laptops to US and UK Bound Passengers, Emirates Launches Laptop and Tablet Handling Service for US Flights and United Airlines Employees Rally to Protect U.S. Aviation Jobs.

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