Turkey's flagship carrier Turkish Airlines will be starting flights to Europe on June 18, the company spokesperson said on June 2.
"We will start flying from 16 European cities to 14 spots across Anatiolia as of June 18," Turkish Airlines Spokesperson Yahya Üstün tweeted.
"As the flagship carrier, we will shorten the road home, and reunite our guests with their loved ones in a shorter time."
Basel’den Gaziantep’e, Frankfurt’tan Elazığ’a... 18 Haziran itibarıyla Avrupa’daki 16 şehirden Anadolu’daki 14 noktaya direkt uçmaya başlayacağız. Bayrak taşıyıcı olarak memleketin yolunu biraz daha kısaltacak, misafirlerimizi sevdiklerine daha kısa sürede kavuşturacağız.— Yahya ÜSTÜN (@yhyustun) June 2, 2020
Neither a flight plan nor a list of the European destinations haven't yet been published on the airline's website.
The company's announcement comes merely the day after they started domestic flights on June 1.The time of the flying cook is over for Turkish Airlines