Turkish Airlines to Not be Able to Resume Regular International Flights
Turkish Airlines has postponed international regular flights. According to Reuters, the air company, after two months of suspension, is waiting for permission from aviation authority.
Turkish Airlines had to suspend both domestic and international regular flights due to coronavirus outbreak but has been able to resume domestic flights since June 3rd.
Adil Karaismailoğlu, who is the minister of transport and infrastructure, declared last week that they were planning to resume flights in 40 countries and that an agreement was reached with 15 countries, including Northern Cyprus, Greece, Bahrain, Bulgaria, and Qatar.
However, as Turkish Airlines declares, the company has not received permission to resume international flights yet.