Due to severe snowfall in Istanbul on Saturday, Turkish Airlines has canceled 180 flights planned for that day. Approximately 162 flights to and from Istanbul Airport were delayed, with 60 of those flights being on foreign routes, according to a statement from the national flag airline, Turkish Airlines.
There were an additional 18 flights cancelled from Sabiha Gokcen Airport, which serves as Istanbul’s primary aviation hub on the city’s Asian side.
Turkey’s national airline, said on its website that owing to poor weather conditions in Istanbul, several of the airline’s flights from and to the Istanbul Airport and Sabiha Gökçen Airport planned to fly between March 10, 2022 and March 12, 2022 have been canceled.
“Please visit the flight status website and input your flight number or route to check the status of your flight and learn about your rights in relation to your travel bookings.
The Turkish Airlines website, mobile apps, phone center, and other channels are available to passengers whose flights have been canceled until the flight departure time. They may also do so via the agency that provided the ticket.
Passengers whose flight departure time has gone may phone +90 850 333 0 849 to make modifications or get a refund if their flight has not yet left.
Thank you for your consideration.
Pegasus, Turkey’s low-cost airline, issued a statement in just one language: Turkish. Specifically, according to the notice, “Due to the bad weather conditions in Istanbul, the following privileges are being made available to our clients on flights to and from Istanbul Airport and Sabiha Gökçen Airport on the 10-11-12-13 March:
Unveiling is completely free.
If the newly chosen flight is available until March 31, 2022, there is no charge for changing flights.
Call our toll-free number, 0850 250 67 02, to complete your ticket transactions without incurring any fees.