Turkish Airlines Stores 30 Aircraft Amid Weaker Demand and Coup Attempt

Turkish Airlines Fires Personnel After Failed Coup

Turkey’s flagship carrier Turkish Airlines will store 30 aircraft due to weaker economic demand, recent terror attacks and a failed coup attempt.

A total of 15 Turkish Airlines aircraft will be stored at Antalya Airport (THY), website Airporthaber reports. 13 Airbus A330 and 2 Boeing 737-800. 4 Airbus A320 are currently parked at Ankara airport.

Furthermore Turkish Airlines will cancel 22 destinations (17 of them International): Batna and Tlemcen (Algeria), Alborg (Denmark), Bordeaux (France), Karlsruhe-Baden, Freidrichshafen and Münster (Germany), Kermanshah in Iran, Genoa and Pisa (Italy), Aqaba in Jordan, Osh in Kyrgyzstan, Rotterdam in the Netherlands, Kano in Nigeria, al-Qassim in Saudi Arabia, Khujand in Tajikistan and Ivano-Frankivsk in Ukraine.

Source: luchtzak.be