TRNC schedules two flights a day from Turkey from July 1

The government of TRNC reduced the number of flights coming from Turkey in the month of July to two flights a day starting from July 1 

The flights is expected to rise to over 20 a week by July 20, it was reported on Monday following a phone conversation between Turkish Cypriot ‘prime minister’ Ersin Tatar and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan.

According to reports, there will be two flights a day, one operated by private airline Pegasus and the other by Turkish Airlines between July 1 and July 10.

Cyprus Mail reported that the TRNC ‘director of civil aviation’, Mustafa Sefi was quoted as saying that Turkish Airlines would increase its one flight a day to 14 a week from July 9 and from July 20, to 21 flights per week while Pegasus is expected to stick with one flight per day.

Turkey was last week dropped from category A to B in the list of countries that are allowed to enter the TRNC.

Countries and arrivals will have to present a PCR test not more than 72 hours old to be allowed entry. They will also undergo another test on landing and be made to sign a document saying they will isolate themselves until the results are out.

If the test is negative, it is added, they will be given an ‘entry permit’ and if it is positive they will be quarantined.

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