Turkey government has announced flights operations to be resumed to and from India. Along with India, the Turkey government has also announced to resume international flights to and from Russia, Kuwait and South Africa.
With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Turkey had suspended all international flights 2 months ago. International flights from Turkey will now resume to over 40 countries as planned by the government.
Adil Karaismailoglu, the transport and infrastructure minister of Turkey said that Turkey will begin international flights operations for 4 countries for now and has plans to resume operations for 40 more countries in the near future. These countries include Iraq, Uzbekistan, Kenya, Egypt, Tunisia, Kyrgyzstan, and Algeria.
Since the beginning of COVID-19 pandemic in March, Turkey has seen 2,28924 confirmed cases of Coronavirus. As of now, the cases have dropped to about 900 each day and the graph seems to have flattened. Turkey lifted its lockdown and restriction from June 1, 2020.