SunExpress, a joint venture of Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines, is expected to report a solid 2016 performance, despite “challenging conditions” for the airline industry in the tourism sector—including a series of terrorist bombings and a failed coup attempt in Turkey, which depressed yields and slowed bookings because of decreased demand. “So far our 2016 yield has dropped by less than 10% compared to the year before,” SunExpress commercial director Peter Glade ...

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