Turkish Airlines, Turkey’s national flag carrier, has resumed flights from the United Arab Emirates.
As the airline that flies to more countries than any other airline in the world, the flag carrier recommenced its operations from Dubai, scheduling seven flights per week with wide body aircrafts. Operations from Abu Dhabi will be resumed starting from January 2, with four weekly flights as well.
Turkish Airlines will connect passengers via Istanbul Airport to more than 200 international flights. Having worked with government officials and relevant national and international authorities, the flag carrier airline has implemented a number of stringent health and safety measures.
All passengers, including Turkish Airline staff, are required to wear a mask at all times, while a “Hygiene Kit” (consisting of a mask, a hand sanitiser and an antiseptic tissue) will be provided to passengers on board. “Hygiene Expert” cabin crews appointed in flights will be in charge of lavatory disinfection and enforcement of all on-board hygiene and social distancing measures.
To help ease the burden of the Covid-19 pandemic on passengers, Turkish Airlines offers flexible options for customers booking new flights. Travellers can now change tickets bought until March 31, 2021 for another flight taking place by December 31, 2021.