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Anyone tried Turkish Airlines for long flights before?

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Hi, I have found a cheap ticket to Boston with a stopover in Istanbul. I have experienced Turkish Airlines only in a short flight before (Istanbul-Antalya economy class), so I need some advices. My experience was good, they even served meal in that short period of time and I had enough legroom. I heard that they give a flying kit in which you can find everything you need and serve really nice meals for multiple times during long flights. They also offer free Istanbul tour during stopovers but I've already been there, so it's not relevant for now. I haven't seen anyone complained but still wanted to hear some opinions. Thanks!

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