Turkish CEO Cites Airports As Airlines’ Biggest Challenge

Credit: Turkish Airlines
DUBLIN—Terrorism is a concern for airlines across the world, but the biggest challenge to growth is the lack of airport infrastructure in the Asia-Pacific region and Africa, according to Turkish Airlines’ chief executive. “Demand in Asia-Pacific and Africa is increasing, but airport infrastructure...

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