Turkish Airlines plans to announce a major fleet renewal program later this year and is considering the A340-600, 777, A350 XWB and 787 for its widebody orders, CEO Temel Kotil told ATWOnline yesterday in Istanbul, where the carrier celebrated its 75th birthday. "It is not a good time to talk about numbers [of aircraft], but there are so many destinations in around five hours flying time from Istanbul we want to serve. We need also more narrowbodies," Kotil said. Larger aircraft are not ...

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