It’s being reported that Turkish Airlines is looking for compensation from Boeing for losses over the grounding of 12 737 MAX aircraft. The report suggests that the airline’s chairman Ilker Ayci has said he plans to meet Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg on Friday. “There are undoubtedly steps that we expect them to take… to resolve our losses, capacity issues we are experiencing and frequency problems to a certain extent,” Ayci said, according to the Anadolu news agency. Turkish Airlines grounded all Boeing 737 Max flights on March 13, following the fatal crash of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET 302, which crashed shortly
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