Istanbul-based Turkish Airlines will defer 39 narrowbody deliveries from a 167-strong Airbus and Boeing aircraft order because of decreased demand resulting from a series of terrorist bombings and other economic challenges in Turkey. The Star Alliance member reported to the Borsa Istanbul stock exchange Oct. 7 that it has decided to reschedule deliveries of some of its 92 Airbus A321neo, 65 Boeing 737 MAX 8 and 10 737 MAX 9 aircraft that were planned to enter the fleet between ...

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