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04.06.2020 – Turkish Airlines are starting International flights in June 2020.
Stating that at the first stage, a pre-agreement was made with 15 countries regarding the mutual opening of international flights, Minister Mr.Karaismailoğlu said, “Our cooperation with 92 countries continues for international flights. We are meeting with organizations and contact countries to ensure safe flights. We have already reached an agreement with the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Austria, Lithuania, Serbia, Kazakhstan, Albania, Belarus (Belarus), the United Arab Emirates, Moldova, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Morocco, Jordan, Sudan and Italy for the mutual opening of international flights. ” used expressions.
Pointing out that Minister Mr.Karaismailoğlu pointed out that all countries of the world took similar measures during the pandemic period, “The whole world took measures against Kovid-19. Countries have attempted to prevent the epidemic by reducing their international flights and even closing them. However, we think that we have left an important threshold behind in the struggle all over the world. Now we have to continue our ties and trade globally. We say ‘bismillah’ again. We are on our way ”.
Minister Mr.Karaismailoğlu also shared the details of the international flights that will be launched gradually in June. Accordingly, the international flights to be made in June include:
- As of June 10, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Bahrain, Bulgaria, Qatar, Greece,
- As of June 15, Germany, Austria, Azerbaijan, Czech Republic (Czechia), Croatia, Hong Kong, Switzerland, Japan, Republic of North Macedonia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Singapore, Slovenia, Tajikistan,
- As of June 20, the Netherlands, Kazakhstan,
- As of June 22, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, South Korea, Ireland, Montenegro, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Luxembourg, Norway, Slovakia and
- As of June 25; Belgium.