Turkish Airlines, Airbus, Boeing

October 2009
AirGuide Online.com;10/12/2009, p15
The article reports on the plans of Turkish Airlines Inc. to add new aircrafts to its fleet. The company is planning to add two Boeing 777 and two Airbus A330 cargo aircraft to its fleet. Turkish Airlines chairman Candan Karlitekin discusses the need of the airline to add new-generation, fuel-efficient aircraft to its fleet.


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