Turkish Airlines may resume flights by June

Turkish Airlines is looking at resuming domestic and international flights by June after suspension due to coronavirus.

The Turkish national carrier, has drafted a flight plan for June, July, and August, according to a report by Anadolu Agency on Wednesday, May 6. 

Turkish airline will resume domestic flights in June and reintroduce international flights gradually, a sources, who spoke anonymously due to restrictions on speaking to the media said.

According to the three-month flight plan, starting in June Turkish Airlines will fly to 22 destinations in 19 countries, including Canada, Kazakhstan, Afghanistan, Japan, China, South Korea, Singapore, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Norway, Austria, the Netherlands, Belgium, Belarus, Israel, Kuwait, Georgia, and Lebanon, with a weekly frequency of 75 flights. 

The airline is projected to operate 60% of domestic flights to all destinations, then to add destinations in July and August.

The number of destinations and flight frequency on international routes will rise to 103 and 572, respectively, in July, and to 160 and 937 in August. 

Turkish Airlines had suspended all domestic or international flights until May 28 as a public safety measure against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. 

Aviation is among the industries hardest hit by the pandemic, which has struck 185 countries and regions since emerging in China last December.

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