Turkish Airlines will resume flights from Tallinn to Istanbul in August after the number of flights between the two cities was suspended due to the spread of the coronavirus. The last flight between the two cities was made by the airline in March.
Tickets from Tallinn to Istanbul can be purchased on the airline's website from August 15.
The first tickets for direct flights are on sale for €281. Flights between Tallinn and Istanbul depart on Monday, Thursday and Saturday.
The Turkish Airlines ticket office at the airport will be open again from August 1.
Turkey will not impose any restrictions on foreigners entering the country. All arrivals must pass a medical examination and, if necessary, the passenger will be directed to do a free coronavirus test.
However, those who are entering Estonia from Turkey must stay in the quarantine for two weeks.
Approximately 223,000 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Turkey, which has a population of 83 million. 5,563 people have died in the country as a result of the virus.
Editor: Katriin Eikin Sein