Overall, the airline earned $9.5 billion in revenue in H1 2023, resulting in a net income of $868 million. Capacity, measured in Available Seat Kilometers (ASK), grew by 22.3% to 110.8 billion, with an average load factor of 81.5%.
If Turkish Airlines were to exclude one-off impact items, its profitability would be higher by $370 million, the site added.
It carried a total of 38.7 million passengers during the first six months of the year, split between 24.5 million international and 14.2 million domestic travelers. In H1 2022, Turkish Airlines welcomed 30.9 million passengers (19.3 million international, 11.6 million domestic).