Turkish Airlines confirmed that it has exercised options for 10 Boeing 737-800s and five 737-900ERs, valued at more than $1.2 billion based on list prices. The options were part of a firm order for 20 737NGs placed last year (ATW Daily News, Feb. 5, 2010). The 15 additional 737NGs, the firming of which had been previously revealed in stock market filings, are slated for delivery from 2013-2015. The fast-growing carrier last month ordered 10 Airbus A321s and three A330-200 freighters (ATW ...

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