12 June 2020, Friday 21:35:37

Turkish Airlines To Resume USA and China flights

The airline has already started services to many destinations in Europe this week and will reopen flights to Chicago and Washington D.C on 19 June, whilst flights to Los Angeles would begin again on 24 June.

Turkish flap carrier Turkish Ailrines has already started services to many destinations in Europe this week and will reopen flights to Chicago and Washington D.C on 19 June, whilst flights to Los Angeles would begin again on 24 June.

At the moment, Bilal Ekşi said flights to Shanghai will restart on 19 June with a weekly service and from 24 June the carrier would fly twice a week to both Hong Kong and Seoul.

The airline is scheduling four weekly flights between Tel Aviv and Istanbul from June 24

Turkish Airlines will resume flights between Tel Aviv and Istanbul on June 24. In the initial resumption phase, the airline is planning four weekly flights (Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday). During peak season prior to the pandemic, Turkish Airlines would operate 10 daily flights between Tel Aviv and Istanbul.

After grounding its fleet for several months, Turkish Airlines is recommencing operations on June 18 with flights to 40 destinations from Istanbul. So Israelis, most of whom use Turkish Airlines for connection flights, will have a wide range of destinations to choose from.

Turkish Airlines To Resume USA and China flights

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