Air Canada also joined airline companies that stopped their flights to Turkey.
Matt Ea Easton
Canada’s airline company Air Canada has announced that it has temporarily suspended flights to Istanbul Ataturk Airport. According to the KokpitAero, Air Canada has suspended its interim flight from Toronto to Istanbul Ataturk Airport. Air Canada’s turkey manager Nedime Konuksever pointed out the decrease in the demands and said “We are suspending our flights temporarily. We are in continuous evaluation. We are planning to start again, as soon as the demands increase.”
Previous flight stoppages
It was declared by Eva airlines from Taiwan, delta airlines from USA, Iberia from Spain, Malaysia airlines, Swiss airlines and Alitalia that the flights were stopped. And also Serbia’s airway company air Serbia announced the suspension of the flights to turkey, due to the lack of demand.