Turkish Airlines launches Versace travel sets

The designer amenity kits will be offered to business class passengers

Versace travel kits are now availble for buiness class passengers on Turkish Airlines
Versace travel kits are now availble for buiness class passengers on Turkish Airlines

Turkish Airlines, the national flag carrier of Turkey is offering new travel kits designed by Versace and Mandarina Duck, a company that specialises in travel products.

Business class passengers on intercontinental flights will now be offered Versace sets. Socks, earplugs, a sleep mask, warning stickers, Versace lip balm, hand lotion, facial mist and hairpin (in women's sets only) are all included in the sets.

The amenity kits, designed exclusively for Turkish Airlines, with diferent versions for men and women.

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Mandarina Duck travel sets will be offered to economy class passengers on intercontinental flights. Known for its funtional travel solutions for travellers this set includes a sleep mask, socks, earplugs, lip balm, a toothbrush and toothpaste.

Turkish Airlines also offers products from skin care brand Atelier Rebull which dates back to 1895. The products are currently provided in airline’s economy class lavatories.

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