Turkey suspended flights from 6 countries including Nepal

Turkey has suspended flights and onward travel from Nepal, including  Bangladesh, Brazil, South Africa, India, and Sri Lanka, owing to new Corona variants.

According to the source, individuals who arrive in turkey from the nation mentioned above should have negative PCR results and must adhere to a 14-day quarantine period. Passengers who will travel from these countries can still be allowed to travel to another country by using Turkey as TRANSIT. Hence the flights from Kathmandu will still operate as per the schedule from Turkish airlines.

Those arriving from Pakistan or Afghanistan or who have been there within the previous 14 days will be required to spend ten days under quarantine in Turkey.

Turkish Airlines

Those traveling from the United Kingdom, Iran, Egypt, or Singapore must provide a negative PCR test within 72 hours of arrival, the ministry said.

The World Health Organization believes the delta variation is more readily infectious than the initial coronavirus variant but has not determined if it is more hazardous. The WHO adopted a similar decision regarding additional variations in its COVID-19 update released this week.

More flights from Jet2

Jet2 has taken the courageous step of resuming flights to Turkey, despite the country’s inclusion on the red list.

The announcement follows as sunseekers now have the option of visiting the Balearic Islands, which include Ibiza, Menorca, and Majorca, as well as Maderia and Malta.

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Jet2 said early that it would halt all flights until July 1, including those to destinations on the green and yellow lists.

Albanian Airlines to Turkey

Air Albania, the country’s flag airline, would begin services to Turkey through the country’s new international airport in Kukes. Air Albania would begin service between Kukes and Istanbul on July 15.

The arrival of Russian tourists

Flights from Russia carrying tourists began last week. Russia prohibited its nationals from traveling to Turkey during mid-April, regardless of the truth that tens of thousands already reserved accommodations in Turkish hotels. Russian officials then extended the ban until June 21. According to the Russian Foreign Ministry, Russia and Turkey emphasized the need to restore full-scale air travel connecting the two nations on June 9.

Edited on 29 June time 3:40 PM: Text edited as there is no changes in Turkish Airlines schedule for Nepal.

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