Turkish Airlines will resume some international flights this month to China, South Korea and the United States among other destinations, the airline said on June 12, a day after it began restarting such services.
On Twitter, Chief Executive Bilal Ekşi said flights to Chicago and Washington D.C. would resume on June 19, and those to Los Angeles would restart on June 24, with three each week.
In a notice on its website, the airline said it would start a weekly flight to Shanghai from June 19, with two weekly flights each to Hong Kong and Seoul from June 24.
On June 11, it had resumed flights to Britain, Germany and the Netherlands.
Pegasus Airlines to resume int’l flights on June 13
Turkey’s low-cost Pegasus Airlines will resume international flights on June 13, the company announced on June 12.
Pegasus said in a statement that it will operate the first flight to Germany following the temporary suspension of flights as part of the restrictions to combat COVID-19.
Pegasus will be gradually restoring flights between Turkey and several European destinations from June 15.
The company will fly to Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Denmark, England, the Netherlands, France, and Belgium in the first phase.
The schedule will gradually grow in the next phase, subject to the approvals of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation in Turkey.
The low-cost carrier restarted its domestic flights on June 1 after halting flights on March 28.