Turkish Airlines Expands Its Network To Saudis
The limits imposed by Türkiye as a result of COVID-19 have been eliminated as of the 20th of June, 2022, according to an announcement made by Turkish Airlines.
Flights to Saudi Arabia have restored to the circumstances they were in before the outbreak, and nationals of Saudi Arabia are once again free to travel to or transit via Turkey.
Turkish Airlines operates flights out of Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam, and Medina, providing passengers from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with connections to 335 locations located in 128 different countries, including 51 cities in Turkey. Flying to Turkey does not require passengers to have a PCR test or immunization card, and passengers are not required to wear masks while on board the airplane.
Turkish Airlines customers who have connecting flights at Istanbul Airport and have between six and twenty-four hours between their flights will have the opportunity to explore Istanbul and all of the cultural and historical delights that the city has to offer once Touristanbul is operating again.
Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam, and Medina are the four main cities in Saudi Arabia that serve as departure points for Turkish Airlines’ flights between that country and Istanbul.