The big three Gulf carriers and Turkish Airlines have long been perceived as a dangerous threat to established legacy airlines in Asia, Europe and the Americas. But the latest trends at Emirates Airline and Turkish show that the fast-growing superconnectors are by no means insulated against external shocks. In fact, their latest results are alarming. And if the trends continue, the four carriers could well have their steepest growth behind them for now. Turkish is even announcing a ...

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