Turkish Airlines has reported a first-quarter net loss of TRY226 million ($108.7 million), which the company attributed to seasonality factors and foreign exchange rate movements. Sales revenue rose 43% to TRY5.1 billion during the quarter. The carrier transported 12 million passengers in the first quarter, up 20% year-over-year. Systemwide load factor was 78%. ASKs increased 21%, which the carrier said also put pressure on passenger yields. Turkish flies to 45 domestic and 206 international ...

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