Turkish Airlines A330-300. Courtesy, Airbus Turkish Airlines has ordered five additional Airbus A330-300s, which it said are needed to meet capacity demand for global growth. In October 2012, the Istanbul-based carrier ordered 15 A330-300s, valued at $3.5 billion at list prices. From that order, four aircraft are slated to be delivered in 2014, six in 2015 and five in 2016. CEO Temel Kotil told ATW, “We increased our recent order of 15 A330-300s by five more aircraft to ...

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