Turkish Airlines is reporting increases in both passengre and cargo revenues for the first half of 2018. Total revenue for this period increased significantly, by approximately 30 percent compared to the same period last year, reaching USD 6 billion.
During this period, Turkish Airlines increased net operating profit from US$17-million to US$258-million, as a result of increasing demand and unit revenues – and this was in spite of increasing fuel prices.
Turkish Airlines carried more than 35 million passengers during the first half of 2018. The carrier continues to expand its network, currently operating flights to 49 domestic and 255 international destinations – a total of 304 destinations in 122 countries.