Turkish Airlines is adding to its substantial order book for narrowbodies with another major purchase. The fast-growing carrier revealed in a note to the Istanbul stock exchange that it will order 95 Boeing 737s—20 737-800s, 65 737-8 MAX and 10 737-9 MAX. The order complements a previous one for 82 Airbus A320-family aircraft, among them 53 A321NEOs, four A320NEOs and 25 A321s. The carrier is on track to building Istanbul into a large hub between Europe and Asia. Unlike the big three ...
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