Turkish Airlines—originally scheduled to move from its Istanbul Ataturk hub to Istanbul New Airport (INA) by the end of the year—has postponed the change until March 2019, according to local media reports. INA, which had a “soft opening” Oct. 29, was to have what was dubbed a “big bang” launch Dec. 31 following the relocation of Turkish Airlines operations. However, airline and INA officials decided to postpone the move until March, Turkey’s ...

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