Turkish Airlines is expanding routes to Africa and is targeting becoming the biggest network carrier on the continent, CEO Temel Kotil told ATW. “The number of passengers carried on our flights to Africa is increasing in parallel with newly commenced operations,” Kotil said. He added that in 2008 Turkish carried 450,000 passengers to Africa; in 2012, that number increased to 1.4 million. On Oct. 28, the Turkish flag carrier launched 3X-weekly Istanbul-Maputo (Mozambique) ...

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