Turkish carrier AtlasGlobal is preparing to restore services, after re-opening its reservations system after nearly a month-long suspension.

AtlasGlobal temporarily halted services on 26 November after admitting to financial difficulties.

But it states that the booking engine has been re-opened and that it will restore flights from the morning of 21 December.

Tickets for flights during the period of suspension were “put on hold”, says the carrier, and it is inviting passengers to contact the airline or travel agencies to make changes.

AtlasGlobal has not indicated the reason for its ability to resume services. It has not disclosed whether, or from what source, it has received any financial assistance.

Its fleet comprises a mix of Airbus A330-200s and Airbus single-aisle types. The airline operates to a range of destinations in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.