SunExpress, a joint venture of Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines, plans to reduce its 2017 summer schedule to 620 weekly flights, down from 700 flights for summer 2016. According to SunExpress, this year created “challenging conditions” for the airline industry in the tourism sector, including a series of terrorist bombings in Turkey, which depressed yields and slowed bookings because of decreased demand. In summer 2017, the carrier plans to operate from 21 German airports, and ...

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