Turkish Airlines has taken eight Airbus A330-200s out of service as part of a sublease plan to cut costs following a net loss of $463 million in the first nine months of 2016, reversed from a net profit of $877 in the year-ago period. The losses were a result of weakening demand across its network and economic instability because of geopolitical events in Turkey and the region. Aircraft remarketing agent Cabot Aviation, a division of Air Partner, has been authorized by the Istanbul-based ...

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