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We boarded through the second set of doors, where we were greeted by the cabin chief and another flight attendant, and pointed left towards our seats. Turkish has 49 business class seats on their 777s, in a 2-3-2 configuration. The forward cabin has four rows of seats, while the rear cabin (behind the second set of doors) has another three rows.
There’s no denying that at this point Turkish’s business class hard product is (mostly) uncompetitive. I sure wouldn’t want to end up in a middle seat in business class between two strangers on a flight.
I had assigned us seats 4A & 4B, the window and aisle seat in the last row of the forward cabin.
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