BRUSSELS—Turkish Airlines is scaling down its capacity growth to just 1% in 2017 and will even decrease seat production by 1% in 2018, moves that corroborate that its rapid growth of the past decade has come to a halt. In August, the airline still planned for a 5% seat growth in 2018, but business and consumer uncertainty due to recent terrorist attacks in Turkey and Europe, the failed coup in July, and overcapacity in many markets are increasingly dampening the airline’s ...


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