Turkish Airlines cancels flights to Belarus and Russia until 2023
Prior to Russia's invasion of Ukraine on 24 February 2022, Turkish Airlines operated passenger flights to and from Minsk (MSQ) in Belarus, as well as Rostov (RVI), Sochi (AER) and Yekaterinburg (SVX) in Russia.
"Our flights from/to Minsk (Belarus) were canceled until December 31, 2022 (inclusive), from/to Sochi (Russia) were canceled until December 31, 2022 (inclusive), from/to Rostov (Russia) were canceled up to and including December 2022 and from/to Yekaterinburg (Russia) were canceled until December 31, 2022 (inclusive),” the airline wrote in its latest operational schedule update.
"Passengers whose flights are canceled can benefit from the rights specified on the flight interruptions page and can carry out transactions through the customer relations system, sales desks, mobile applications and our website", was mentioned in a statement.
"These rules only apply to flights operated by Turkish Airlines and AnadoluJet. […] Ticket changes and refunds can be made through the Turkish Airlines website, mobile applications, sales offices, call centers and agencies where the ticket was purchased".
Currently, the only flights operated by Turkish Airlines to Russia are to Moscow.