Turkish Airlines to reduce flights to Israel

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July 4, 2010 17:18

 
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Turkish Airlines announced Sunday that it will be reducing the frequency of weekly flights to Israel by 10 percent, The Marker reported on Sunday.

The airline company will also replace aircraft flying to Ben Gurion Airport with smaller ones, due to the decreased amount of Israeli tourists visiting Turkey, according to the report.

Airport officials expect June travel statistics to show a 10% decrease in the amount of Israeli passengers flying with Turkish Airlines.

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