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Re: Turkeys EU accession progress report - 2013

Postby stpier » Fri Oct 25, 2013 11:52 pm

miltiades wrote:Apparently Turkish Airlines have commissioned a cosmetics manufacturer to produce halal lipstick and nail varnish for their female staff. The cosmetics company is Israeli.


Apparently south Cyp air and olympic are both bankrupt and someone is jealous of the airline that is flying to most no. of countries. plus chosen as the best airline of Europe third year in a row.
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Re: Turkeys EU accession progress report - 2013

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Sat Oct 26, 2013 12:41 am

stpier wrote:
miltiades wrote:Apparently Turkish Airlines have commissioned a cosmetics manufacturer to produce halal lipstick and nail varnish for their female staff. The cosmetics company is Israeli.


Apparently south Cyp air and olympic are both bankrupt and someone is jealous of the airline that is flying to most no. of countries. plus chosen as the best airline of Europe third year in a row.


That's cos over 50% of your "national" airline is owned by foreigners. :D
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Re: Turkeys EU accession progress report - 2013

Postby Oceanside50 » Sat Oct 26, 2013 1:44 am

stpier wrote:
miltiades wrote:Apparently Turkish Airlines have commissioned a cosmetics manufacturer to produce halal lipstick and nail varnish for their female staff. The cosmetics company is Israeli.


Apparently south Cyp air and olympic are both bankrupt and someone is jealous of the airline that is flying to most no. of countries. plus chosen as the best airline of Europe third year in a row.


i predict that market forces will overtake,socialism, and create two (Cyprus,Greece)of the best national airlines....
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Re: Turkeys EU accession progress report - 2013

Postby miltiades » Sat Oct 26, 2013 5:25 am

GreekIslandGirl wrote:
stpier wrote:
miltiades wrote:Apparently Turkish Airlines have commissioned a cosmetics manufacturer to produce halal lipstick and nail varnish for their female staff. The cosmetics company is Israeli.


Apparently south Cyp air and olympic are both bankrupt and someone is jealous of the airline that is flying to most no. of countries. plus chosen as the best airline of Europe third year in a row.


It is called Cyprus Airways.
The comments that I made were purely based on the reality that Turkey is becoming more and more "Islamatized" nothing to do with the performance of the airline which is indeed excellent.

When religious doctrines, dated and anachronistic, manifest themselves into a commercial venture, that's the time for people to realize that progress in social behaviour has been put aside at the expense of the very essence that determine a nation's advancement and awakening.

The Turkish government is making a grave error in its efforts to reverse the progress set in place by the great man him self, the father of "modern" Turkey.

That's cos over 50% of your "national" airline is owned by foreigners. :D
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Re: Turkeys EU accession progress report - 2013

Postby stpier » Sat Oct 26, 2013 9:14 am

GreekIslandGirl wrote:
stpier wrote:
miltiades wrote:Apparently Turkish Airlines have commissioned a cosmetics manufacturer to produce halal lipstick and nail varnish for their female staff. The cosmetics company is Israeli.


Apparently south Cyp air and olympic are both bankrupt and someone is jealous of the airline that is flying to most no. of countries. plus chosen as the best airline of Europe third year in a row.


That's cos over 50% of your "national" airline is owned by foreigners. :D


By whom exactly? Turkish is a member of the best airline alliance Star Alliance and as no one gives a shit about south Cyp air and olympic, they are not only bankrupt but also not invited to join anywhere. :lol:
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Re: Turkeys EU accession progress report - 2013

Postby kurupetos » Sat Oct 26, 2013 10:28 am

stpier wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:
stpier wrote:
miltiades wrote:Apparently Turkish Airlines have commissioned a cosmetics manufacturer to produce halal lipstick and nail varnish for their female staff. The cosmetics company is Israeli.


Apparently south Cyp air and olympic are both bankrupt and someone is jealous of the airline that is flying to most no. of countries. plus chosen as the best airline of Europe third year in a row.


That's cos over 50% of your "national" airline is owned by foreigners. :D


By whom exactly? Turkish is a member of the best airline alliance Star Alliance and as no one gives a shit about south Cyp air and olympic, they are not only bankrupt but also not invited to join anywhere. :lol:

What is south cyp air? :lol:
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Re: Turkeys EU accession progress report - 2013

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Sat Oct 26, 2013 11:46 am

stpier wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:
stpier wrote:
miltiades wrote:Apparently Turkish Airlines have commissioned a cosmetics manufacturer to produce halal lipstick and nail varnish for their female staff. The cosmetics company is Israeli.


Apparently south Cyp air and olympic are both bankrupt and someone is jealous of the airline that is flying to most no. of countries. plus chosen as the best airline of Europe third year in a row.


That's cos over 50% of your "national" airline is owned by foreigners. :D


By whom exactly? Turkish is a member of the best airline alliance Star Alliance and as no one gives a shit about south Cyp air and olympic, they are not only bankrupt but also not invited to join anywhere. :lol:


It's rather sad when your inflated pride ignores how much we are in the lap of the gods ... or not?

The foreign airlines with the worst fatality records are:

Turkish Airlines 3.60
Indian Airlines 3.53
Aeromexico 1.76
Japan Airlines 1.36
SwissAir 1.20


http://www.consumerwarningnetwork.com/2 ... he-safest/

The accident with the Boeing 737 at Schiphol airport in Amsterdam is not the first plane of Turkish Airlines that has crashed.

According to statistics gathered by the Belgian newspaper De Morgen, the website http://www.airdisaster.com and The Daily Telegraph, the 75-year old airline experienced 21 accidents since 1973. Ten planes were lost.

Over the past 25 years, the death toll due to acccidents and crashes with Turkish Airlines planes has risen to 844.

Three major accidents occurred on international flights and 18 on domestic flights. One of the deadliest accidents involved flight 981, which crashed on March 3 1974 in Bois d'Ermenonville in France. All 333 passengers and 12 crew died on impact.


http://www.nowpublic.com/world/turkish- ... s-25-years
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Re: Turkeys EU accession progress report - 2013

Postby stpier » Sat Oct 26, 2013 11:56 am

GreekIslandGirl wrote:
stpier wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:
stpier wrote:
miltiades wrote:Apparently Turkish Airlines have commissioned a cosmetics manufacturer to produce halal lipstick and nail varnish for their female staff. The cosmetics company is Israeli.


Apparently south Cyp air and olympic are both bankrupt and someone is jealous of the airline that is flying to most no. of countries. plus chosen as the best airline of Europe third year in a row.


That's cos over 50% of your "national" airline is owned by foreigners. :D


By whom exactly? Turkish is a member of the best airline alliance Star Alliance and as no one gives a shit about south Cyp air and olympic, they are not only bankrupt but also not invited to join anywhere. :lol:


It's rather sad when your inflated pride ignores how much we are in the lap of the gods ... or not?

The foreign airlines with the worst fatality records are:

Turkish Airlines 3.60
Indian Airlines 3.53
Aeromexico 1.76
Japan Airlines 1.36
SwissAir 1.20


http://www.consumerwarningnetwork.com/2 ... he-safest/

The accident with the Boeing 737 at Schiphol airport in Amsterdam is not the first plane of Turkish Airlines that has crashed.

According to statistics gathered by the Belgian newspaper De Morgen, the website http://www.airdisaster.com and The Daily Telegraph, the 75-year old airline experienced 21 accidents since 1973. Ten planes were lost.

Over the past 25 years, the death toll due to acccidents and crashes with Turkish Airlines planes has risen to 844.

Three major accidents occurred on international flights and 18 on domestic flights. One of the deadliest accidents involved flight 981, which crashed on March 3 1974 in Bois d'Ermenonville in France. All 333 passengers and 12 crew died on impact.


http://www.nowpublic.com/world/turkish- ... s-25-years


Who is the foreign owner of Turkish Airlines? Either answer that first or shut up forever.
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Re: Turkeys EU accession progress report - 2013

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Sat Oct 26, 2013 12:31 pm

stpier wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:
stpier wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:
That's cos over 50% of your "national" airline is owned by foreigners. :D


By whom exactly? Turkish is a member of the best airline alliance Star Alliance and as no one gives a shit about south Cyp air and olympic, they are not only bankrupt but also not invited to join anywhere. :lol:


It's rather sad when your inflated pride ignores how much we are in the lap of the gods ... or not?

The foreign airlines with the worst fatality records are:

Turkish Airlines 3.60
Indian Airlines 3.53
Aeromexico 1.76
Japan Airlines 1.36
SwissAir 1.20


http://www.consumerwarningnetwork.com/2 ... he-safest/

The accident with the Boeing 737 at Schiphol airport in Amsterdam is not the first plane of Turkish Airlines that has crashed.

According to statistics gathered by the Belgian newspaper De Morgen, the website http://www.airdisaster.com and The Daily Telegraph, the 75-year old airline experienced 21 accidents since 1973. Ten planes were lost.

Over the past 25 years, the death toll due to acccidents and crashes with Turkish Airlines planes has risen to 844.

Three major accidents occurred on international flights and 18 on domestic flights. One of the deadliest accidents involved flight 981, which crashed on March 3 1974 in Bois d'Ermenonville in France. All 333 passengers and 12 crew died on impact.


http://www.nowpublic.com/world/turkish- ... s-25-years


Who is the foreign owner of Turkish Airlines? Either answer that first or shut up forever.


Ignorance is bliss for you, huh? :D Didn't you hear they sold off 51% to help improve its safety record and plummeting appeal?
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Re: Turkeys EU accession progress report - 2013

Postby stpier » Sat Oct 26, 2013 12:36 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:
stpier wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:
stpier wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:
That's cos over 50% of your "national" airline is owned by foreigners. :D


By whom exactly? Turkish is a member of the best airline alliance Star Alliance and as no one gives a shit about south Cyp air and olympic, they are not only bankrupt but also not invited to join anywhere. :lol:


It's rather sad when your inflated pride ignores how much we are in the lap of the gods ... or not?

The foreign airlines with the worst fatality records are:

Turkish Airlines 3.60
Indian Airlines 3.53
Aeromexico 1.76
Japan Airlines 1.36
SwissAir 1.20


http://www.consumerwarningnetwork.com/2 ... he-safest/

The accident with the Boeing 737 at Schiphol airport in Amsterdam is not the first plane of Turkish Airlines that has crashed.

According to statistics gathered by the Belgian newspaper De Morgen, the website http://www.airdisaster.com and The Daily Telegraph, the 75-year old airline experienced 21 accidents since 1973. Ten planes were lost.

Over the past 25 years, the death toll due to acccidents and crashes with Turkish Airlines planes has risen to 844.

Three major accidents occurred on international flights and 18 on domestic flights. One of the deadliest accidents involved flight 981, which crashed on March 3 1974 in Bois d'Ermenonville in France. All 333 passengers and 12 crew died on impact.


http://www.nowpublic.com/world/turkish- ... s-25-years


Who is the foreign owner of Turkish Airlines? Either answer that first or shut up forever.


Ignorance is bliss for you, huh? :D Didn't you hear they sold off 51% to help improve its safety record and plummeting appeal?


To whom gypsy looking oldgreekwoman?
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