Turkish Airlines lowered its revenue guidance for 2019 in the face of decreasing demand and other factors that have hampered operations. The Istanbul-based carrier said Sept. 4 it now anticipates $13.4 billion in consolidated sales revenue for the year, down from January guidance of $14.1 billion. The airline expects to carry 76 million passengers—31 million domestic and 45 million international—in 2019. Previous guidance forecast 80 million passengers—33 million and 47 ...

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