Turkish Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, Adel Kara Ismailoglu, announced that the high-speed rail trips will return again, on May 28th, in compliance with the rules of public cleanliness and social separation.
Kara Ismailoglu said in a statement on Saturday that his country has made important strides in fighting the Corona virus, thanks to the preventive measures it imposed.
He noted that a number of new measures have been taken in various sectors to reduce the social and economic consequences of the virus.
He pointed out that the high-speed train trips will start again on May 28 between Ankara and Istanbul, Ankara and Eskisehir, Ankara and Konya, Istanbul and Konya, at a rate of 16 trips per day.
He indicated that the sale of flight tickets will start on the second day of Eid Al Fitr, which falls on Monday.
He explained that the rules of public cleanliness and social separation will be observed during flights and ticket sales, and that trains will operate at 50 percent of their full capacity.
He pointed out that citizens under 20 years of age and over 65 must obtain official permission from the relevant authorities in case they wish to travel by rail, due to the existence of a ban on their movement.
Show that the trains will be sterilized before and after each trip.
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