Turkey and Indonesia have signed an aviation agreement under which Turkish carriers will be able to fly to two more destinations in addition to Jakarta.
In a statement on Tuesday, Turkey’s civil aviation authority said that the deal was signed on June 18 in the Turkish capital Ankara.
The agreement revises former deal between the two countries, the statement said.
The new agreement allows flights of multiple airlines companies from both countries. Under the new agreement, Turkish carriers will be able to start flights to two new destinations, Bali and another spot later to be announced, in addition to Indonesian capital of Jakarta.
Indonesian airlines companies will also be able to fly to Ankara and Antalya along with existing destination of Istanbul.
Moreover, the number of weekly scheduled flights between the two countries rose from 4 to 14.
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