Turkish Airlines reported "strong growth" in net earnings to $96 million during the third quarter ended Sept. 30, up 28% over the year-ago period, as revenues jumped 27% to $716 million on a 15% increase in passenger numbers to 4.3 million. "We have delivered a strong trading performance in the year to date, which reflects a combination of good market conditions for tourism and the positive development of Turkey's economy and geopolitical situation," said Temel Kotil, who was elevated to CEO ...

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