Turkish Airlines has stated it is considering options to increase its fleet of Airbus and Boeing passenger aircraft, though it has yet to decide on size or quantity. “Levent Konukcu, senior vice-president of investment management at Turkish Airlines, said: “Most probably we will need large aircraft, but cargo capacity is important for us. It is under discussion at high levels in the board now at Turkish Airlines.” Konukcu also said the airline was looking at types including the B787, the A350, up to the A380 or the Boeing 777X. “All these aircraft (options) are on the table; we will see,”

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