Bayern Munich have travelled to Turkey in style after Jupp Heynckes' men were seen in blacked-out suits ahead of their Champions League clash with Besiktas.
The Bundesliga side take a commanding 5-0 lead from the first leg into Wednesday's game against the Super Lig team.
A brace from both Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski gave the Barvarians a comfortable advantage going into the second leg.
Bayern Munich fly to Turkey in style as they don blacked-out suits ahead of Wednesday's tie
Robert Lewandowski heads to the departures lounge with his passport in hand on Tuesday
Jerome Boateng (L) and Jupp Heynckes (R) look smart while wheeling their cases in the airport
On loan midfielder James Rodriguez looks suave in sunglasses and his black suit on Tuesday
And it showed as the reigning German champions looked cool and relaxed as they waited for their flight at Munich international airport on Tuesday morning.
Heynckes' runaway Bundesliga leaders landed in Istanbul later that afternoon and will now turn their attention to the matter at hand.
With their massive advantage from the first leg, Bayern look set to advance into the quarter-finals of the competition barring any miraculous comebacks from their Turkish opponents.
Lewandowski's two goals at the Allianz Arena from the first leg means he has now scored 16 goals in his last 16 Champions League games and will be Bayern's main threat going forward.
Franck Ribery takes a call at the airport ahead of his flight to Turkey on Tuesday morning
Arturo Vidal (L) and James (R) give the thumbs up ahead of their long-haul flight to Turkey
David Alaba looks focused as the Bayern squad head out to Turkey to face Besiktas
Despite their dominant lead, defender Niklas Sule insists that they won't be getting ahead of themselves and that they are expecting a tough tie against Besiktas.
'It goes without saying that 5-0 is a comfortable cushion, but we're expecting an extraordinary atmosphere, and Besiktas have a good team,' he told the club's official website.
'We saw that in the first 15 minutes of the first leg when the game was still 11 vs. 11. Nevertheless, we still want to win in Istanbul. We won't let ourselves get carried away but simply play our game.
'They'll try to put us under pressure and win the game in front of their own fans. I'm really looking forward to the stadium, but I think we have enough experience in the team to not be overawed by that.'
Ribery talks with Bayern president Uli Hoeness ahead of their flight to Turkey on Tuesday
Vidal listens to music as Bayern arrive at the airport ahead of their Champions League clash
Boateng shows he's got style while Mats Hummels takes a selfie while on board the plane
Lewandowski exits the Bayern team coach after the Bundesliga leaders land in Instanbul
Vidal is relaxed as he is greeted upon arrival in the Turkish capital on Tuesday