Pobeda Airlines will resume flights to Turkey from July 1, the press service of the carrier said. Air traffic with this country has been suspended since April 15 due to the worsening situation with the spread of the coronavirus. Flights to Turkey from Russia will resume from June 22.
“From July 1, Pobeda will start flying from Moscow’s Vnukovo to two airports in Antalya – Antalya and Gazipasha,” the company said in a statement (quoted by TASS).
It is noted that the sale of tickets for such flights began on June 20.
Earlier, Aeroflot announced that it would open additional flights to Istanbul, Antalya, Bodrum and Dalaman from 25 June.
Deputy Prime Minister and Head of the COVID-19 Combat Operations Headquarters Tatyana Golikova on June 18 announced the resumption of flights with Turkey from June 22. At the same time, it was decided to restore flights with the USA, Belgium, Bulgaria, Jordan, Ireland, Italy, Cyprus, North Macedonia and increase the number of flights to Austria, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Greece, Qatar, Finland, Croatia and Switzerland starting June 28.
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