Turkmenhowayollary agency temporarily suspended flights to Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur until April 1. This was reported on Thursday on the page of the agency in "Twitter.".
The agency said the flights were suspended due to the spread of the coronavirus in Southeast Asia.
"Turkmenhovayollary" previously informed that in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, flights on the Ashgabat-Beijing-Ashgabat route have been suspended since February 1.
By By on the agency's Web site, Beijing, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur were excluded from the number of international flights planned for the period from February 9 to March 28.
According to the World Health Organization on February 9, the number of people infected with coronavirus worldwide reached 37,558. Most of the cases were registered in China (37,251), and the virus was not found in Central Asian countries.