According to the re-determined ceiling fee application, the highest ticket price in economy class in one direction was 1,150 liras.
Airline companies were demanding an increase in domestic ticket prices due to the increase in fuel prices and other increases in costs. With the latest increase in the ceiling fee, it was reflected on domestic tickets for the fifth time in 2022. While the highest ticket price, which was determined as 599 TL at the beginning of the year, was gradually increased; Finally, in June, it went up to 999 lira. With the newly determined ceiling price, airlines have started to offer the highest one-way economy class ticket price for domestic flights as 1,150 liras as of today.
CEILING PRICE IMPLEMENTATION FIRST STARTED IN 2013
Passengers who will make domestic flights with the new ceiling fee will no longer pay more than 1,449 liras in economy class, including holidays and holidays, excluding ‘business class’. In order to prevent the excessive increase in domestic ticket prices during the holidays and during the holiday period, the ceiling ticket price application was started 9 years ago with the initiative of the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure. For the first time in 2013, the General Directorate of Civil Aviation determined the ceiling fare in one direction as 299 liras for domestic flights. The ceiling fee was 499 liras at the end of 2021. There is no ceiling fee for domestic business class and international ticket prices.