Russia suspended flights with Turkey until June 1
Russia is temporarily suspending regular and charter flights with Turkey, Moscow announced Monday. The suspension over COVID-19 concerns will last from April 15 to June 1, said Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova.
“We have made a decision to suspend regular and charter flights from Russian international airports to the airports of the Republic of Turkey and in the opposite direction from April 15 this year to June 1 this year”, Golikova said. The Deputy Prime Minister also noted that air traffic with the Republic of Turkey could be resumed before the named date if the situation with the coronavirus in Turkey stabilizes.