Bilal Ekşi, General Manager of Turkish Airlines has announced that flights from the UK and Denmark will be opened to Turkey. Bilal Ekşi, who explained that passengers could come to Turkey from the two countries shared following:
Flights from the UK and Denmark to Turkey are opening.
According to the decision taken by our authorities, passengers will be allowed into Turkey from Denmark and UK on condition they have PCR test with negative result, made in the last 72 hours.
CIRCULAR FROM THE INTERIOR MINISTRY TO 81 PROVINCES
The Ministry of Interior has announced the lifting of restrictions on UK and Danish flights in a circular sent to the governor of 81 provinces. It was stated that the result of the PCR test conducted in the last 72 hours of people from abroad would be required to negative, to benefit from this circular.
On the other hand, there will also be some applications for passengers coming from India. Accordingly, passengers coming from India will be required to have a negative PCR test conducted in the last seventy-two hours. After the entry of passengers to Turkey, a quarantine of 14 days will be applied.