Istanbul-based Turkish Airlines reported a nine-month 2016 net loss of $463 million, reversed from a net profit of $877 million in the year-ago period. According to the report, revenues for the nine-month period decreased 6.1% to $7.6 billion; operating loss for the period was $154 million, reversed from an operating profit of $894 million last time. The Turkish flag carrier said political and economic instability (especially in Europe and Middle East)—as well as the increased ...

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