Turkish airlines will need to add 480 aircraft valued at $50.5 billion over the next 18 years to accommodate projected increases in traffic demand, Airbus said. According to reports by Hürriyet Daily News and Agence France Press, Airbus VP-Europe, Asia and the Pacific Chris Buckley presented the manufacturer's forecast in Istanbul, where he noted that "Turkey's air traffic has grown fast and this will continue." He pointed out that Turkish domestic traffic has ...

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