CIS states are included in the list of countries with which Turkey intends to resume flights until September 1, the Turizm Guncel resource informs.
In total, this list includes 71 states. Ankara specified an individual date for the resumption of air traffic with each of these countries based on the situation with coronavirus in them.
Ankara plans to resume air communication with Turkmenistan on July 1 this year. No cases of a new type of coronavirus were recorded in the Turkmen state. Ashgabat imposed a ban on international air traffic until June 20 as a measure to prevent the spread of coronavirus into the country.
It is suggested that Azerbaijan will be the first CIS country where Turkish planes will begin to fly. This should happen on June 15. It is followed by Kazakhstan – June 20, Kyrgyzstan – June 22, Belarus, Moldova and Uzbekistan – July 1, Russia – July 15, and Armenia – August 1.
The last country on the list is the United States, with which Turkey is going to restore air traffic on the first day of autumn – September 1.