Turkish Airline to resume flights to 16 cities on June, 18

Turkish Airline has announced it will begin international flights to 16 cities in six European countries from June, 18.

Turkey’s flag carrier has suspended all international flights in March due to low demand and travel restrictions amid the coronavirus crisis, but the carrier is now planning to fly to 19 countries next month, according to the report which cites a draft plan from the airline. Flights will now resume on June, 18. 

We will launch flights from Basel to the southeastern province of Gaziantep and from Frankfurt to the eastern Elazığ province on June 18. We will recommence direct flights from 16 cities in Europe to 14 destinations in Turkey, Yahya Üstün, senior vice president for media relations at Turkish Airlines, wrote on Twitter on June 2.

In the first place, there will be flights to 16 destinations in 16 European cities.

The airline plans to increase the number of destinations to 99 countries in September, but this may be subject to change.

The carrier also plans to resume 60 per cent of domestic flights in June, according to the draft plan.

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