The flight operations remained suspended for more than two months in the country as part of the precautionary measures adopted by the government to curb the spread of Covid-19.
Turkey has lifted restrictions on international and domestic travel, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
"Turkey is ready to host you with her magnificent colors, spectacular nature, safe tourism and developed health infrastructure," the Foreign Ministry said on its Twitter account.
We have removed restrictions on international&domestic travel.#Turkey is ready to host you with her magnificent colors, spectacular nature, safe tourism and developed health infrastructure.#ReTurkey#TravelTuesday #TogetherToday pic.twitter.com/9eCj8ixsLd— Turkish MFA (@MFATurkey) June 16, 2020
A large number of people in Turkey benefited from health care services during the novel coronavirus outbreak, thanks to the reforms and investments undertaken over the years in the health sector.
Did you know that the second largest canyon in the world after Grand Canyon is in Turkey? Discover the lace like formations on #Tasyaran Canyon formed by the river that has been inspiring sculptors and painters. #ReTurkey #Uşak pic.twitter.com/BB31Pg5xvk— Go Turkey (@GoTurkey) June 16, 2020
SunExpress, a joint venture of Turkish Airlines and Lufthansa last week restarted its international flights after a two-month hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The novel coronavirus pandemic impacted the entire tourism sectors across the world and Turkey issued pandemic-related "Safe Tourism Certificate" programs for the tourists.
"In tourism, there is no other country that has done certification better and more reliable than Turkey," the country's Tourism and Culture Minister Mehmet Nuri Ersoy said.
Turkey's main priority in the pandemic is to resume air traffic to all the countries.
In 2019 Turkey broke a record in tourism with 51.7 million tourists visiting the country, according to the Tourism Ministry data. Most of the tourists came from Russia followed by Germans and Bulgarians.