Turkish Airlines (THY), which has stopped all domestic and international flights due to the new type of coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic that has been transmitted to approximately 2 million people, has announced that tickets can be purchased for all flights after May 1.
Airway transportation is one of the sectors most affected by the coronavirus epidemic, known as COVID-19 or known by its name from Wuhan, China. The rapid growth of the epidemic brought with it travel restrictions.
Turkish Airlines (THY), which is one of the companies that stop all domestic and international flights due to the coronavirus pandemic, is preparing to serve its passengers again. THY, which is the airline company that flies to the highest number of destinations in the world, announced that all domestic and international flights are on sale as of May 1.
You can book tickets for Turkish Airlines after 1 May.
As of today, you can book tickets on the official website of the company for the dates of May 1 and later. However, it is also said that tickets can be purchased for flights starting from April 20 for some flights such as Istanbul-Ankara, Istanbul-Izmir.
Turkish Airlines stopped all domestic and international flights until April 20 and May 1, respectively, within the scope of combating coronavirus. As I mentioned above, tickets can be bought from the company’s website for flights after these dates, but THY may have to make new decisions based on the speed of the epidemic.
Air transport is one of the sectors most affected by the epidemic.
in Turkey as well as Turkish Airlines, Pegasus and Onur Air SunExpress airline like other companies in the coronavirus outbreak he had taken the decision to close due to internal and external lines on all flights. For now, there is no explanation for when the flights will be reopened from these companies.
US-based consulting firm Kearney, in a report released last week, the airline had predicted it would shrink in the hard way in Turkey. It was stated in the report that the airline companies were adversely affected by travel restrictions, and the industry may experience a loss of $ 100-120 million in 2020.