Turkish Airlines announced that some of its planned flights in Africa were canceled due to the strike of air traffic controllers.
In the information given by the THY Press Office, TK 667 Istanbul-Douala, Douala-Yaounde, TK 633 Istanbul-Ndjemana, TK 663 Ndjemana-Niamey, Niamey-Istanbul, TK 550 Istanbul-Bamako, TK 551 Bamako-Istanbul, TK 559 Istanbul, which was planned to be held yesterday. – It was stated that the Cotonou, TK 559 Cotonou-Abidjan and TK 559 Abidjan-Istanbul flights were cancelled.
Flights canceled today
According to AA; TK 667 Yaounde-Istanbul, TK 634 Niamey-Istanbul, TK 550 Istanbul-Bamako, TK 551 Bamako-Istanbul, TK 533 Istanbul-Ouagadougou, TK 533 Ouagadougou-Freetown, TK 595 Istanbul-Nouakchott, TK 595 Nouakchott, scheduled for September 24 – Dakar, TK 595 Dakar-Istanbul, TK 557 Istanbul-Cotonou, TK 557 Cotonou-Abidjan, TK 557 Abidjan-Istanbul flights and TK 534 Freetown-Ouagadougou, TK 534 Ouagadougou-Istanbul flights on September 25th will not be available.
It was also noted that due to the strike, the THY plane, which made the Istanbul-Ouagadougou flight numbered TK 0537 and had 107 passengers on board, was diverted to Accra by changing the landing square.