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For all individual and group tickets purchased between March 21, 2020 - May 20 Learn more

Dear Agency,

For all individual and group tickets purchased between March 21, 2020 - May 20, 2020 (included) original booking on flights up to December 31, 2020 (including AnadoluJet flights); (including TK stock(235) tickets including interline flights (Codeshare or SPA)) rebooking/rerouting or open-ended tickets requests will be applied according to the following conditions without considering fare rules, these rights will be valid for the tickets provided that cancellation is made before the scheduled departure time of the flight. If reservations are not cancelled before scheduled departure time of flight, reservations will be accepted as no-show and the change requests will be made according to the original ticket rules.

  1. Rebooking / Rerouting Requests: First rerouting and rebooking change will be made until December 31, 2021(included) (travel completion). Fare differences will be charged without applying reissue penalties. Fare differences that may be incurred due to the change request (service charge, currency differences, differences of class, date and route changes, tax differences etc.) will be collected.
  2. Open-Ended Ticket Procedures: Passengers will have an open-ended ticket only if flights in reservations are cancelled before the first departure time of original ticket. While new reservation is being made by the passenger fare differences that may be incurred due to the change request (service charge, currency differences, differences of class, date and route changes, tax differences) will be collected.
  3. Issue Date For New Travel: There is no restriction on issue date. New travel dates can be decided up to new departure date of travel.
  4. Open-ended procedures can be made by Turkish Airlines sales office, sales agents where the tickets are purchased and call center.
  5. Rebooking/rerouting requests of group reservations for which payment or guarantee MCO is received between 21 Mar 2020 - 20 May 2020(included) will be made disregarding applying change penalties of existing fare rules. Same fare level will not be guaranteed for new travel dates.
  6. Refund Requests: Refund and cancellation requests will be made according to original fare rules. There will be no given refund rights within the scope of this bulletin.
  7. Extension Of Validity: Validity of ticket can be extended until December 31, 2021(included).
  8. Ticket changes requests can be made by Turkish Airlines sales office, sales agents where the tickets are purchased, Turkish Airlines online channels and call center.

Application Conditions:

  • Valid for tickets purchased between 21 Mar 2020 - 20 May 2020(included)
  • Valid on flights if the original departure date is until the December 31, 2020.
  • New journey should be completed up to December 31, 2021 (included)
  • Valid for Turkish Airlines and AnadoluJet Operating and Marketing international and domestic flights.
  • Only reissue charges will not be collected according to this bulletin, no-show tickets are out of scope.
  • This application is valid for rebooking and rerouting requests of group reservations under the conditions of general group rules.
  • The changes mentioned above will be limited to only once and other additional changes will be handled with existing penalties and fare differences within the fare rules.
  • This bulletin will be also valid for non-changeable promotional tickets.
  • Change request will be applied for miles and smiles tickets.
  • Fare differences that may be incurred due to the change request (service charge, currency differences, differences of class, date and route changes, tax differences) will be collected.

Best Regards.

AMENDMENT TO RESOLUTİON 830D Learn more

Dear Agent,

It is important for the Airlines to be able to notify passengers for any changes in their flights in advance and not to cause any passenger grievances in extraordinary circumstances. The only way to do this is to have an accessible passenger contact information. Otherwise, passengers can not be informed about the possible critical information.

In many reservations made by agencies, it has been identified that passenger contact information is not shared with Airlines in accordance with standards. Accordingly, Resolution 830d, which includes reservation procedures that accredited agencies must comply with, has been amended as of 1 June 2019.

As per to the amendments;

  1. First of all, agencies should ask the passengers if they want to share their contact information with the Carrier/s in the flight segment in case of operational disruptions.
  2. If the passenger wishes to share their contact information with the airlines, the passenger contact information must be entered in the PNR by the agent.
  3. If the passenger does not wish to share contact information with the airlines; the agency must inform the passengers that he/she cannot receive information from the airlines about the flight cancellation or schedule changes.

In order to enter passenger information in the PNR, the Contact Information Formats that agents should use are shown below:

  • SSR CTCM (Mobile Phone Number)
  • SSR CTCE (E-Mail Address)
  • SSR CTCR (Declares that the passenger does not wish to share his/her contact information)

Amendment to Resolution 830d is as follows:

Resolution 830d, Paragraph 4:

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4. To be able to advise passengers of irregular flight operations and disruptions Members and BSP Airlines need to have sufficient contact details available to proactively contact the passengers. Consequently the Agent should provide contact details on behalf of the passenger by entering in the Passenger Name Record (PNR) the passenger?s mobile phone number and email address, while maintaining compliance with all applicable data protection directives and regulations. Contact details should be entered in the PNR in compliance with the Resolutions governing reservations procedures. Members and BSP Airlines shall use these contact details exclusively for the purpose of operational notifications, e.g. flight cancellation, schedule change, etc. and shall not use the contact details for sales & marketing purposes.

In the event the passenger exercises his or her right not to provide contact details it is incumbent on the Agent to indicate that the passenger has declined to provide such details, and to enter the refusal in the PNR to limit any statutory liability. In such a case, the passenger shall not be provided information relating to flight cancellation or schedule changes (including delay in departure).

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