Turkish Airlines reported a 2019 second-quarter net income of $26 million, down 79.5% from a net profit of $127 million in the year-ago period. Operating profit for the quarter dropped 96% to $10 million from $267 million in 2Q 2018. The Turkish flag carrier primarily attributed the 2Q loss to decreasing domestic demand, the move to the new Istanbul airport, the Boeing 737 MAX fleet grounding, and Airbus A320neo delayed deliveries, which limited revenue growth. The Istanbul-based carrier ...

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