Turkish Airlines said it intends to order 40 Boeing 787-9 aircraft.   When finalized, the order would be worth nearly $11 billion at list prices. It would be Turkish Airlines’ first order for the 787.   Turkish Airlines said the 787-9s are needed to meet demand for widebody aircraft at Istanbul’s third airport, which is under construction. Slated to open in the second half of 2018, “Istanbul New Airport” will eventually be the world’s busiest ...

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