Turkish Airlines has announced its plans to resume flights to Uzbekistan in August.
Turkish Airlines is resuming international flights suspended in March due to the spread of the coronavirus infection.
From August 1, Turkish Airlines plans to launch flights to Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, India, South Africa and the UAE.
“We are pleased to offer you travel opportunities, as we know how difficult it is to plan trips during this period,” the airline’s statement reads.
The airline also said there could be a change in ticket dates.
Earlier, the Ministry of Transport reported that the aviation administrations of foreign countries had been sent notes that airlines have not yet been allowed to operate regular flights to the Republic of Uzbekistan.