Turkey Will Not Pay Bulgaria, Greece, and Romania for Their Airspace on Domestic Flights

Turkey denied the claims that it will pay Bulgaria, Greece, and Romania for their airspace on domestic flights from the new, third airport in Istanbul, BTA reports.

The Turkish Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure Communication responded to the media claims, which refer to a question asked by the Turkish parliament to the transport ministry. The ministry claims that the air routes and corridors that will be used by airplanes departing from and arriving at the new airport have been publicly disclosed and that they are on Turkish territory.

"Any allegations that the airspace of Bulgaria or Romania will be used and that Turkey will pay for it are untrue and have no value," the "24-hours" newspaper reports.

At the same time, it is stated that for the transit and international flights entering or leaving the airspace of Bulgaria and Greece - as it has not been paid so far, no payments will be made in the future.

Petya Petrova

Petya Petrova is a journalist, believer, and traveler.

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