Turkish Airlines, which last week took delivery of its first A330-300 and A330-200F, expects to be operating 10,000 weekly flights by 2015, nearly double the 5,500 currently being flown, CEO Temel Kotil told ATW in Istanbul. Turkish flies a fleet of 147 aircraft with an average age of 6.2 yr. and has 90 more on order. The widebody fleet will grow from 20 today to 40 by next summer, Kotil said. He expects to make a choice on the 787 or A350 "early next year." He added that a ...

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