The General Directorate of Civil Aviation of Turkey (DGCA) announced that flights will be stopped in 46 more countries in addition to the previous 22 countries, according to the decisions of the Ministry of Health Science Board. Within the scope of the corona virus (COVID19) measures, flight restrictions were brought to 22 countries with the previous decision. In this context, new countries were added to the list. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (SHGM) announced that flights were stopped to 46 countries in addition to 22 countries, according to the decisions of the Ministry of Health Science Board. The official social media account of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (SHGM) shared on Twitter, saying that "according to the decisions of the Ministry of Health Science Board, flights are stopped to 46 countries in addition to the 22 countries where flights were stopped by 17:00 on March 21, 2020".
Here are the 46 countries where flights will be stopped:
'' Kuwait, Bangladesh, Mongolia, TRNC, Ukraine, Kosovo, Morocco, Lebanon, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Oman, Slovenia, Moldova, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Canada, India, Hungary, Guatemala, Poland, Kenya, Sudan, Chad, Philippines, Latvia, Taiwan, Peru, Sri Lanka, Ecuador, Niger, Tunisia, Algeria, Ivory Coast, Finland, Angola, Czechia, Dominican, Cameroon, Montenegro, Colombia, North Macedonia, Mauritania, Nepal, Portugal and Panama ''.
Information Source: https://tr.sputniknews.com
22-03-2020: Turkish Airlines announced the cancellation of all overseas flights except 4 countries by 17 April. Greece is now among the countries to which flights have been suspended, while Hong Kong, Moscow, Addis Ababa, New York and Washington are the 5 cities that will be excluded from above new decision.
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