Fired Turkish Air CFO Sues Carrier as Link to Gulen Denied

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  • 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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