Flights back in Ataturk Airport after terrorist attack

ISTANBUL, June 29 (KUNA) — Flights were back in Ataturk International Airport in Istanbul after the terrorist attack which targeted the airport and left many dead and injured people.
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim confirmed that the flights were back in the airport Wednesday morning after the attack.
Turkish Airlines announced that flights had been be suspended until Wednesday 8 AM (Turkish local time).
Media adviser in Turkish Airlines Yahya Astin noted on his twitter account that the suspension came after the “painful incident” in Ataturk Airport.
Turkish Airlines was founded in 1933 with five aircraft only. The airlines holds a star alliance membership which has improved recently to become a four star global airline. (end) ta.mar