Turkish Airlines, boasting one of the largest networks in the world, is increasing frequencies on some of its U.S. destinations, and as of June 16, will operate ten weekly flights to Chicago, Miami, and San Francisco.
Starting June 15, Turkey is no longer on the list of ‘red’ coronavirus countries. Therefore, passengers flying with Turkish Airlines from Tel Aviv to the United States and back, are allowed to land in Istanbul free of any quarantine requirements for up to 12 hours of layover at Istanbul International Airport.
Moreover, as of June 15, Turkish Airlines will resume its daily service from Istanbul to Casablanca. Flights will be open to vaccinated passengers (who have received their second dose at least 14 days before departure), provided they present a negative PCR test done within 48 hours before departure.