Turkish Airlines (TK) has reported a nine-month net profit of TRY868 million ($481.6 million), up 655% over the same period in 2011. Revenue increased 30% to TRY11.2 billion and operating profit was TRY1.08 billion. The carrier returned to profit in its 2012 first-half results (ATW Daily News, Sept. 4). RPKs rose 27% and ASK 19% producing a load factor of 77.9 %, up 5.3 points. TK carried 29.1 million passengers, up 20%.  International transfer passengers increased by 46% and ...

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