Turkish Airlines has not been affected by the political crisis between Russia and Turkey, according to the airline’s president and CEO Temel Kotil. Despite a Russian government recommendation that its citizens avoid traveling to Turkey, “we’ve kept the same frequencies to Russia, serving ten cities,” Kotil said. “And Russian travelers are still coming. We have five daily flights from Moscow; the aircraft are full.” Kotil spoke recently to ATW on the ...

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