Turkish Airlines wants to start flying again gradually next month. After about four months, the Turkish airline would fly almost full capacity, according to a preliminary plan that Reuters news agency has recognized.
Turkish Airlines flew to 126 countries before the coronavirus outbreak but had to suspend all international flights.
In June, the company plans to resume flights to nineteen countries. Then 60 percent of the domestic flights will have to leave again.
In September there should be flights to 99 countries. The plans still depend on how the situation around the virus develops.
Turkish Airlines has cancelled all passenger flights until May 28.
The Turkish government has now launched plans to cautiously reopen the economy from late May, as the spread of the new coronavirus is slowing down.