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Europe Travel Plans - The Departure

Day 1 & 2, 27 - 28 March 2011

The Flights:
27 March 2011
Jogja - Jakarta

Jakarta - Rome filght will take about 20.25 hrs, with 2 stops:

Jakarta - Istanbul, Turkey (1st stop)
Departure: 19.15 - Arrival: Next day 06.15 (approx. 16 hrs)
Aircraft : Turkish Airlines TK67 - Airbus Industrie A330


Inside the aircraft:

Economic class carry on baggage:
1 piece, max 8kg, dimension: 23x40x55 cm
Click here to see the seating plan.
Click here to read more about baggage regulations.
Click here to see Economy Class's meal menus on international flights.
Click here to see in flight entertainment.

28 March 2011
We will wait about 2.45 hrs before the next flight to Rome in Istanbul - Ataturk International Airport.
Istanbul is 5 hrs behind Jakarta. Click here to see Istanbul weather.
Like to shop, find some meals, exchange currency, pray or connect to the internet in the airport? Click here to get more information. Some says that the internet connections are free available in the arrival terminal. But the other says that the free internet connections are only available inside the lounge. Let's see after we get there :).

Istanbul - Rome, Italy (2nd stop)
Departure: 09.00 - Arrival: 10.40 (approx. 2.40 hrs)
Aircraft: Turkish Airlines TK 1861 - Boeing 737-800

Inside the aircraft

Click here to see the seating plan.

We will arrive at Fiumicino International Airport which is also known as Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport in the city of Rome, which is located in the province of Lazio, west central Italy.
Rome is 1 hrs behind Istanbul or 6 hrs behind Jakarta. Click here to see Rome weather.

Let's start our trips!
Can't wait to see Rome? Click here. Rome's map click here.

Usefull links:

Posted by AlexSantosa 20:05 Archived in Italy Tagged jakarta travel photo flight airport map istanbul weather rome tour aircraft meal seat internet wifi ataturk facility turkish_airlines time_difference fiumicino

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