Turkish Airlines’ flight suspension due to coronavirus has been extended into early to mid June, the national flag carrier has announced. Domestic flights are now suspended until June 4 and international flights until June 10, said an airline statement late Wednesday. The earlier suspension lasted until May 28. Also under the decision, once flights resume, carry-on bags will not be allowed in the cabin area but will be checked with other baggage.
In addition, the 8-kilogram cabin baggage allowance will be added to passengers’ luggage allowance.
Handbags may be brought into the cabin.
Turkish Airlines, founded in 1933, boasts a fleet of 361 passenger and cargo aircraft.