When will Turkish Airlines start operations again
When will Turkish Airlines start operations again? I want to use THY in June, will they operate?
Turkish Airlines (THY), which stopped domestic and international flights due to Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak, prepared a draft for the end of the flight ban. According to the plan, while flights are planned to all airports in Turkey in June, 75 frequent flights are planned to 19 countries and 23 destinations abroad. Due to the coronavirus epidemic, THY stopped domestic flights until May 20 and international flights until May 28. THY prepared a new flight plan after the bans were terminated. According to the planning covering June, July and August, THY is planning to start all domestic flights in June and will start to perform its international flights gradually. After the ban, 60 percent of the flights will be performed in the first place. Here are the international flights planned in June. According to the three-month flight planning, in June, 75 frequent weekly flights will be made to 23 countries abroad at 23 points. These points are Canada Toronto, Kazakhstan Almaty, Afghanistan Kabul, Japan Tokyo, China Shanghai, South Korea Seoul, Singapore, Denmark Copenhagen, Sweden Stockholm, Norway Oslo, Germany Frankfurt, Berlin, Düsseldorf and Munich, Austria Vienna, Netherlands Amsterdam, Belgium Brussels, Belarus Minsk, Georgia Tbilisi, Lebanon Beirut, Kuwait and Israel are planning to run Tel-Aviv flights. Flights will be gradually increased Turkish Airlines, which plans to start international flights in June, will increase its flights in July and August. According to the plan, THY planned to make a weekly flight of 572 frequencies to 74 countries and 103 destinations in July, and 987 flights to 160 destinations in August. Thus, flights will be increased gradually in three months.