Turkish Airlines plans to resume flights to Turkmenistan on July 1. This is reported on the website Turizm Guncel.
According to this information resource, at the first stage, Turkish planes will fly to 70 countries. The first country with which Turkey will resume air service on June 1 will be the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
On June 10, flights are scheduled to Bahrain, Bulgaria, Qatar and Greece, and on June 15 – to Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Japan, North Macedonia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia and Azerbaijan. By the way, Baku will be the first capital in the CIS where Turkish Airlines will start flying after the break caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
From the CIS countries, Turkey will resume flights to Kazakhstan on June 20, Kyrgyzstan on June 22, Belarus, Moldova, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan on July 1, Russia on July 15, and Armenia on August 1.
Turkmenistan, which has not recorded a single case of COVID-19 infection, extended the ban on international air traffic until June 20 as a measure to prevent the import of this virus into the country.