Despite the coronavirus pandemic, Turkish Airlines (THY), the most flying airline in Europe with flights to 44 domestic and 165 international destinations last year from Istanbul Airport, announced its current flight plan for May.
Turkish Airlines (THY) announced its current flight plan for May. Despite the coronavirus pandemic, THY, which was the most flying airline in Europe with flights to 44 domestic and 165 international destinations last year from Istanbul Airport, added many new destinations to its flight list in May.
THY’s current flight plan for May has been announced. Accordingly, as of May 2, it will start flights to Vancouver, which is the third flight destination after Toronto and Montreal in Canada. Vancouver flights will operate three days a week.
NEWWARK FLIGHTS START
Flights to Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey, which is the second-largest airport in this city after the flights to New York John F.Kennedy International Airport in the USA, will be carried out every day of the week starting May 21.
TURKISTAN FLIGHTS START ON 8 MAY
Flights to the city of Turkestan in Kazakhstan, which are planned to take place once a week from Istanbul Airport as of May 8, will be on two frequencies per week as of June 8. THY also plans to start flights to Uzbekistan’s Fergana and Urgenc cities as of May. In Azerbaijan, which was suspended due to the epidemic, it is planned to make 2 flights per week in May.
MALDIVES AND SEYCHELLES FLIGHTS CONTINUE
Turkish Airlines will continue its flights to the Seychelles, which has restarted as 2 flights a week in April, and Maldives flights, with 5 flights per week, throughout May.
Source: Sabah / Translated by Irem Yildiz