Turkish Airlines is facing another investigation over alleged anti-competitive behavior. The Turkish Competition Authority Rekabet Kurumu was forced to reopen a case that it had already closed following a court ruling involving its main rival in the Turkish air transport market, Pegasus. Pegasus claims Turkish is using its dominant position in the Istanbul market to drive Pegasus out of key routes. But Rekabet Kurumu argued in its earlier decision that “a violation by Turkish ...
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