Turkish Airlines Resumes Flights from Britain and Denmark

Turkish Airlines Resumes Flights from Britain and Denmark

After a 4-month hiatus, Turkish Airlines announces resuming flights to two new European destinations simultaneously with the new tourism season.

Resuming Turkish Airlines’ Flights from Britain and Denmark

Turkish Airlines announced resuming flights from Britain and Denmark on 22nd April 2021, provided that passengers visiting Turkey obtain a negative PCR test within the last 72 hours.

This announcement was made by Bilal Eksi, CEO of Turkish Airlines, on Twitter. He invited passengers who like to visit Turkey from Britain and Denmark to check the flight schedule that will be declared by Turkish Airlines.

It is worth noting that, within its precautionary measures taken to prevent the COVID-19 spread, Turkey suspended all flights coming from Britain, Netherland, South Africa, and Denmark on 20th December 2020 to avoid transmitting the new variant of COVID-19 discovered in Britain.

In the same regard, Turkey expects an increasing turnout of tourists this year simultaneously with the COVID-19 vaccine campaign progress.

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Source: Anadolu Agency

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