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Turkish Airlines resumed its Ganja-Istanbul flights


Turkish Airlines’ (THY) Ganja-Istanbul flights, which have been stopped as a result of coronavirus, resumed.

After 14 months, a ceremony was held at Ganja Airport. Zeki Öztürk, Turkey’s Consul Basic to Ganja, Deputy Governor of Ganja Samed Tomuyev, THY Ganja Consultant Cabir Peçe, airport officers and flight crew attended the ceremony.

Making statements relating to the resumption of the Ganja-Istanbul flights, which have been stopped on March 10, 2020, Consul Basic Öztürk said that he’s happy to ascertain a direct transportation connection from Ganja, the second largest metropolis of Azerbaijan, to Turkey.

INCREASING THE NUMBER OF FLIGHTS IS ON THE AGENDA

Ozturk, stating that there could also be a rise in these flights after the epidemic as a result of implementation of journey with id playing cards between Turkey and Azerbaijan, famous that this flight will make a optimistic contribution to commerce and tourism in Turkey and the area.

He said that growing the variety of weekly flights could also be on the agenda sooner or later.

Rides 2 TIMES A WEEK

THY Ganja Consultant Veçe said that the flights will probably be made twice every week, on Saturdays and Tuesdays, as Istanbul-Ganja-Nakhichevan-Istanbul and Istanbul-Nakhichevan-Ganja-Istanbul, as in earlier years.

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