According to RIA, Aeroflot’s official spokesman Mikhail Demin indicated that the airline will add more flights to Turkish cities.
One flight each day will travel to Antalya, Bodrum, and Dalaman, and two to Istanbul, according to Aeroflot. The carrier’s spokesman underlined that the number of flights in the future may fluctuate based on real demand.
After an almost three-month hiatus, Russia will restart flights to Turkey on June 22. In mid-April, flights were halted due to an adverse epidemiological condition.
A Russian inspection team that visited the nation, however, came to the conclusion that a trip to Turkey is now conceivable. It should be emphasized that hotel staff were vaccinated there, with a percentage of those inoculated ranging from 60 to 90%.