Turkish Airlines is resuming its domestic services today with a limited number of flights operating from Istanbul to Ankara, Izmir, Antalya and Trabzon. The details of flights scheduled from June 1 to June 3 can be viewed here.
The airline is expected to recommence its international flights from June 10.
The flag carrier of Turkey has announced a set of guidelines that will be followed for a safe and hygienic air journey.
It is always our top priority to maintain a healthy flight for all our valuable guests and crew!
Watch the video below to learn about our guidelines for safe travel to be applied in every step of your flight.
— Turkish Airlines (@TurkishAirlines) May 31, 2020
As a part of this, passengers can perform contactless check-in at the airline’s counters and kiosks.
Passengers will be called to the checkpoint in small groups and no-contact boarding procedure will be carried out.
The aircraft are disinfected by a dedicated team after each flight. HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air) will ensure high-level filtration in the aircraft.
A hygiene expert will be appointed across all Turkish Airlines’ flights. The crew takes a temperature check and is equipped with protective equipment.
Only a limited number of personal belongings will be allowed inside the cabin. A hygiene kit including mask and sanitiser will be provided for the flight journey. The inflight services will be single-use only.
The disembarkation process will be controlled and guided by the cabin crew.
Other safety measures issued are online check-in, carrying extra mask throughout the flight journey; undergoing temperature check and maintaining 1.5 metres physical distance.