Flights of Russian airlines in Turkey will be served as planned
Flights of Russian airlines scheduled for the summer season will be provided with ground handling at Turkish airports in accordance with previously concluded commercial agreements. This was reported on Friday, March 17, in the press service of the Federal Air Transport Agency.
Consultations were held in Ankara between Deputy Head of the Federal Air Transport Agency Vladimir Poteshkin and Head of the Turkish Civil Aviation Authority Kemal Yuksek. The parties discussed the operational issues of air transportation between the two countries in the upcoming IATA Summer 2023 season. In particular, Poteshkin and Yuksek considered the issue of fuel supply for aircraft of Russian airlines in Turkey, reported in the press office.
It is noted that the performance of flights by Russian and Turkish airlines is under constant control of the aviation authorities of the two countries. The parties also expressed interest in the development of air communication between the Russian Federation and Turkey.
As Profile.ru reported, the US Treasury sent a request to Turkey not to service or refuel Airbus and Boeing arriving from Russia. The authorities of the republic satisfied this request, since March 16, fuel for these aircraft has not been received. Officially, Turkey has not made any statements on the allegedly adopted restrictions. Restrictive measures affected seven Russian airlines at once. However, later Aeroflot and S7 reported on the regular performance of flights to Turkey.