Turkish Airlines Operating 85% Pre Covid Level With Over 1,000 Daily Flights
Turkish Airlines reached 1,000 flights a day for the first time since COVID-19 struck on June 25th.
The total flights operated by Turkish airlines this week on average is down only 15% compared to 2019.
“We took all necessary measures, focused on the future, and now we’re rising with better results at every step." İlker Aycı, CEO, Turkish Airlines
In the last two weeks, the airline increased its flights to Colombia, Brazil, and Venezuela and also resumed its operations to Cuba.
Only July 14th, the number of domestic flights in Turkey also exceeded the record set last in 2019.