With the considerable decline in the number of tourists visiting Turkey, the scope of support programs to revive the industry is widening. Among the new measures to help the sector, according to ministers' decisions officially announced in the Official Gazette, is a grant worth $6,000 that was previously given to charter planes with a capacity of at least 200 passengers, that will be increased 30 percent if they carry at least 150 passengers. If this requirement is fulfilled, the grant per charter flight will be brought up to $7,800. The implementation of the decision will be valid between June 1 and Aug. 31.Under the scope of the decision, charter flights - bringing tourists to Turkey's Gazipaşa-Alanya, Antalya, Muğla, Dalaman and Milas-Bodrum airports, either with or without tariff, and to İzmir Adnan Menderes and Kütahya Zafer airports without tariff - by group A travel agencies will receive an increase in their grant. This measure aims to preserve Turkey's tourism industry's international competitive power in the area of leisure travel.
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