ISTANBUL—Turkish Airlines Chairman Ilker Ayci expects a relatively quick traffic recovery, after several recent terrorist attacks in Turkey and the July failed military coup. Ayci, who chairs the carrier’s board of directors and the executive committee, says Turkish Airlines has seen growth over its 2015 passenger numbers for the last two weeks, “but we have to wait a few weeks to call it a trend.” Ayci noted that traffic from Russia has come back, following a ...

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