Turkish Airlines 737. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Turkish Airlines reported 2010 net income of $191 million, down 48.3% from a $369.5 million net profit in 2009, marking the second consecutive year the carrier's net earnings dropped by around 50% year-over-year. Nevertheless, it vowed to continue with an aggressive expansion, evidenced by orders placed earlier this month for 13 Airbus aircraft (ATW Daily News, March 9). In a statement issued Thursday, THY said it grew ASKs by 15% ...

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