Turkish Airlines has propelled itself to become one of the fastest-growing carriers in the world over the past decade. But the fairytale-like expansion looks to be nearing its end owing to geopolitics and terrorism, including the bombings at Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport in late June and a failed coup attempt on July 15. For the first time since its partial public listing in 2005, Turkish Airlines has lowered its full-year passenger growth guidance, and the board has trimmed the ...

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