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Pakistan’s passengers need Covid-19 for Turkish Airlines

Karachi:As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to affect both individuals and whole countries in varying degrees, aviation sector has more responsibilities than ever before.

According to a news release, Turkish Airlines continues its commitment to help preventing the spread of Covid-19 with precautions at every level from mandatory testing to aircraft disinfection. Within that framework, starting from 8 August 2020, Turkish Airlines passengers departing from Pakistan will have to present their PCR test result during their check-in.

For the test results to be accepted during check-in, they must be made 96 hours prior to the related flight in the testing centres approved by Turkish Airlines. The testing centres are Chughtai Lab, Shaukat Khanum Hospital, and Gerry’s – COVID-19 Test Management Service Provider. Children under the age of 12 are exempted from this procedure as long as they fly with their families.