By adding London, Bucharest, Bangkok, Singapore, Beirut and Lahore to its destinations, Turkish Cargo increased the number of destinations to which it organizes direct cargo operations to 95.
According to the statement made by Turkish Cargo, the global carrier strengthened its title as an air cargo brand with the world’s largest direct cargo flight network with new destinations.
Turkish Cargo added London Heathrow Airport, Suvarnabhumi, one of the largest airports in Southeast Asia, Singapore’s Changi Airport, and Lebanon’s only operational commercial airport Rafic Hariri Airport to its cargo flight network as of September. Within the scope of the winter schedule, Henri Coanda Airport, the busiest airport in Romania, and Allama Ikbal Airport in Lahore, the cultural centre of Pakistan, were added to the cargo flight network.
Thus, 31 direct cargo aircraft destinations in the European continent, 22 in the Middle East and 16 in the Far East have been reached.
Turkish Cargo has the world’s largest direct cargo plane network consisting of 95 destinations among air cargo brands except express carriers. The brand continues to run global business processes with a fleet of 361 aircraft, 25 of which are direct cargo.
source: AA / translated by Melisa Karayusufoglu