LONDON -- With a population of 72 million people, a fast growing economy and potential EU membership, air transport in Turkey is beginning to boom. In 2006, the country's flag carrier, Turkish Airlines, carried 17 million passengers, a 20 percent increase from 2005, and added 23 new destinations to its network. Today, more than a dozen airlines operate from Turkey, and more start-ups are predicted over the next three years. Some Turkish MRO executives expect the 200 commercial transports ...

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