Turkish Airlines posted first-half net profit of TRY172 million ($80.9 million), up 42.1% compared to a year ago. Operating revenue for the January-June period was TRY11.3 billion, up 37.8% year-over-year; first-half expenses were up 41.6% to TRY10.99 billion, resulting in an operating profit of TRY312 million, more than doubling the carrier’s reported operating  profit during the year-ago period. The Istanbul-based Turkish flag carrier’s second-quarter net income was TRY398 ...

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