Turkish Airlines is evaluating several financing alternatives for doubling its fleet to 400 aircraft by 2020.
Turkish Airlines Boeing 777-300ER. By Kurt Hofmann Turkish Airlines is evaluating several financing alternatives for doubling its fleet to 400 aircraft by 2020. Reuters is reporting that Turkish is in talks with banks about a leasing arrangement worth around $300 to $500 million to help fund its orders from 2014 for each transaction. “In addition to the conventional financing methods, Turkish Airlines is looking for innovative and different alternatives of financing for ...
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