After suspending flights due to the coronavirus outbreak, Turkey’s national flag carrier Turkish Airlines will resume flying to the US and Far East next week, the company’s CEO said.
Set to be operated three times a week, flights to Chicago and Washington will restart on June 19, to Miami on June 22 and Los Angeles on June 24, Bilal Eksi said on Twitter.
The flag carrier’s first Far East flight will be to Shanghai on June 19 after a halt of more than four months.
Turkish Airlines’ Hong Kong and Seoul flights will resume on June 24, the company announced.
On June 10, the company restarted international flights and is increasing flights gradually.