Turkish Airlines A321. Photo: Courtesy, Airbus Turkish Airlines reported a TRY220.6 million ($126.4 million) consolidated net loss for the second quarter, increasing its first-half loss to TRY543.6 million. For the same quarter last year, Turkish Airlines recorded a TRY231.3 million net profit. The airline said foreign exchange losses on financial leases related to its fleet expansion activities caused the loss. “2011 is the year for Turkish Airlines where its investment has ...

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