Turkey plans to launch international flights gradually on June 10, according to statements of Transport and Infrastructure Minister Adil Karaismailoglu on Thursday.
The Turkish minister said the first international flights from Turkey would carry passengers to the northern part of Cyprus, Bahrain, Bulgaria, Qatar and Greece.
Adil Karaismailoglu stressed that Turkey has taken initiatives with 92 countries to restart international flights.
We have reached an agreement with the “Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus”, Austria, Lithuania, Serbia, Kazakhstan, Albania, Belarus, the United Arab Emirates, Moldova, Morocco, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Jordan, Sudan and Italy”, said the Transport Minister.
Turkey suspended all international flights on March 28 amid travel restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic worldwide./ibna