To the attention of passengers with flights from Denmark and South Africa to Turkey:
Only the citizens of the Republic of Turkey, and the residence permit and blue card holders with Turkey are admitted to the flights from Denmark and South Africa to Turkey. All passengers (6 and above) must present a negative PCR test result with samples given 72 hours prior to their flights. Passengers departing from these countries must go to their declared place of residence upon arrival and self-isolate for 7 days. If the result of the PCR test to be conducted following the 7-day isolation is negative, the self-isolation will end. If the test result is positive, contact tracing teams will respond and monitor your status.
To the attention of passengers with international flights connecting via Turkey:
The requirement to present a negative PCR test result prior to international flights connecting via Turkey has been amended pursuant to a governmental decision. Transit passengers must pay attention to the requirements of the country of destination with regards to PCR testing, age limits, and isolation periods.
To the attention of passengers with flights departing from the UK to Turkey:
Flights departing from the UK to Turkey are temporarily suspended. Of the passengers arriving at Turkey on flights from non-UK departures, those having been to the UK within the last 10 days will be quarantined for 14 days at a location to be determined by the Turkish government. All passengers aged 6 and above and satisfying the said criteria, must present a negative PCR test result with samples given 72 hours prior to time of departure of their first flight.