Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines could expand their code-sharing services into a broader joint venture, but sources close to the airlines say speculation about cross-ownership or a full merger is inaccurate. Neither airline is commenting publicly on the negotiations. Temel Kotil, CEO of Turkish Airlines, on the sidelines of the Arab Air Carrier Organization’s annual general meeting in Algiers, told Aviation Week it was “too soon to comment” on the issue because any statement could ...
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