Turkish Airlines has extended the cancellation of international flights to May 20 from May 1 over the coronavirus outbreak, the airline said on Tuesday, adding that domestic flights would remain suspended until April 20.
“In accordance with the decisions taken by the authorities…and to protect the public health from the novel coronavirus pandemic, all our international flights are suspended until May 20, 2020,” the airline said in a statement on its website.
The airlines initially suspended almost all international flights from March 27 until April 17 now the suspension has extended to mid-May.
Domestic flights also have been suspended until May 1.
The carrier said on its website that it has waived all change fees for international tickets purchased on or before March 20 for travel booked until the end of the year.
For domestic flights, change fees have been waived for tickets purchased on or before March 19 for travel booked until the end of the year.