Turkish Airlines Stems Losses, Builds Up Cargo Business

Credit: Joe Pries
Turkish Airlines said that thanks to its lower cost base, broad network and burgeoning cargo business it is recovering from the COVID-19 crisis faster than its competitors. Comparing the six-month period of 2021 with the first half (H1) of 2019, Turkish’s revenues are down 33.2% to $4 billion. In...
Kurt Hofmann

Kurt Hofmann has been writing on the airline industry for 25 years. He appears frequently on Austrian, Swiss and German television and broadcasting…

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