Turkish Airlines expects difficult year ahead, but will add new planes

10/25/2011 | Air Transport World

Turkish Airlines CEO Temel Kotil acknowledges that his company has acquired too many wide-body aircraft. He says the airline will continue to grow in 2012 with new routes and 15 new narrow-body planes with individual IFE systems and fixed business-class seating. "A difficult year is coming. But we know how to handle a crisis and make opportunities," said Kotil.

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