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AtlasJet ceases trading as it applies for bankruptcy

Posted 15 February 2020 · Add Comment

The suspended Turkish carrier, Atlas Global which served Tehran, London and Baghdad from its Istanbul base is now filing for bankruptcy. It ceased operations in November citing financial issues, before resuming briefly in January.

Turkey’s directorate general of civil aviation announced in a tweet that the airline is filing for bankruptcy.

 

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