Fired Turkish Air CFO Sues Carrier as Link to Gulen DeniedBy
Kilic seeks job back or damages, clarification of ouster
Former executive cites lack of ‘formal investigation’
Former Turkish Airlines Chief Financial Officer Coskun Kilic said he’s suing to be reinstated to the job following a “completely unfair” mass firing at the carrier last month that was part of a government purge against alleged coup plotters.
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