Prime Minister Shmygal asked airlines to expand air links between Ukraine and Turkey.
Turkey’s budget carrier AnadoluJet will commence flights tomorrow between Kyiv Boryspil and Dalaman, an Aegean sea destination.
Pegasus Airlines start services on May 27 from Kyiv Boryspil to Gazipasa, an Antalya province city facing Cyprus. On that same day, SkyUp will commence services flights from Kyiv to Izmir and expands service from Kharkiv and Zaporizhia to Istanbul.
and to facilitate visits here of Turkish tourists with Covid-19 vaccination certificates. According to the government portal, the Prime Minister calls for “organizing additional flights on popular routes at weekends, as well as opening communication with new cities.” Last week, shortly after Turkish President Recep Erdoğan gave a warm welcome to President Zelenskiy in Istanbul, the Russian government banned Russian tourism to Turkey through June 1, causing half a million people to change their travel plans.