Turkish Airlines recorded a net loss of 1.894 million lira ($644 million) for the first half-year ended June 30, compared to a profit of 1.035 million lira for the same period a year ago. The Star Alliance member had experienced “challenging conditions” in the tourism sector, including a series of terrorist bombings in Turkey, which depressed yields further due to decreased local demand, Turkish Airlines reported in its consolidated balance sheet statement. In the second ...

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