Turkish Airlines still in talks with Airbus, Boeing on narrow-body jets
ANKARA, March 6
ANKARA, March 6 (Reuters) - Turkish Airlines is still in talks with both Airbus and Boeing over plans to order narrow-body planes and has not yet made a final decision on the number of aircraft it will buy, Chairman Hamdi Topcu told Reuters.
The world's fastest-growing major carrier plans to expand its fleet of smaller planes this year after buying billions of dollars worth of larger models in 2012, making it a key client for global plane makers.
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