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Turkish Airlines sees increased traffic in the Middle East

Posted 8 May 2018 · Add Comment

Turkish Airlines has announced that number of passengers who travelled from the Middle East increased by 22% in Q1 2018 in comparison to Q1 2017.

 

During the first quarter, increase in demand and total number of passengers in the Middle East was 22% higher than the same period of last year which recorded 5.6 million passengers.

Furthermore, during the first quarter the total Load Factor improved by 6.5 points recording the highest load factor in Turkish Airlines history for the first quarter, while international Load Factor increased by 7 points. Airline seat capacity grew by 11.4%.

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