Aviation is one of the sectors that was hit the hardest by the coronavirus epidemic, which emerged in Wuhan, China in December 2019 and then affected the whole world. According to Sputnik; An official from the S7 airline company said, “S7 Airlines has canceled its flights to Turkey until the end of the 2021 summer season. Because uncertainty regarding Turkey flights continues. If the situation regarding the epidemic in Turkey returns to normal and flights are resumed, we are ready to restart ticket sales here,” he said.
Suspended ticket sales
Due to the pandemic It became the second company to decide to cancel its flights to Turkey. Previously, Russia’s largest airline, Aeroflot, announced that it canceled all tickets for the month of June and suspended ticket sales. Officials had said they would operate the two flights allowed in just one week. Aeroflot officials also added that they will reorganize their schedules if the Russian government opens flights to Turkey.
Includes April 15-June 1
With the increase in coronavirus cases in Turkey Together with this, it was decided to stop flights from some countries. The said decision covers the dates between April 15 and June 1.