Turkish Airlines is planning to convert options on seven Airbus A321-200neos, as it looks to swell its fleet to 267 aircraft by the close of 2014. Last March Turkish signed a contract for up to 117 A320 family aircraft, including 25 A321neos, four A320neos, 53 A321neos and options for 35 additional A321neos. The airline said in a stock market announcement that it “has decided to convert the options for seven A321-200neo aircraft that have been purchased from Airbus to firm orders to ...

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