Turkey’s two main airlines maintained high seat-load factors in the first six months of the year despite double-digit capacity hikes and a continuous expansion of their networks, which saw Turkish Airlines operate 23 destinations more than a year ago and its smaller low-cost rival, 13. Turkish Airlines increased capacity measured in available seat-kilometers (ASK) 19.3% year-over-year, comprising a 24.4% growth on its domestic routes and an 18.6% increase on its international network. ...

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