According to the statement on Turkish Cargo’s website, the cargo company continues to strengthen its flight network.
After Frankfurt, Turkish Cargo added Munich, the economic metropolis of Germany, among its destinations for direct cargo flights. Considered the technology capital of Germany, Munich hosts market leaders of sectors such as automotive, electronics, medical and biotechnology. Turkish Cargo aims to strengthen the air cargo bridge it has established between Europe and the Middle East with its ‘Airbus A330 F’ type wide-body cargo aircraft on ‘IST-MUC-IST’ cargo flights, with reliable, fast and direct air transportation offered to companies and logistics service providers in the region.
WE CONTINUE WITH DETERMINATION
Turkish Airlines Deputy General Manager (Cargo) Turhan Ozen, whose views were included in the statement, said “With this new destination we have added to our flight network, we offer a stable and reliable cooperation as a global air cargo brand to the leading exporters of the market, as well as making an important contribution to the air cargo transportation needs of Munich, which is a first-class business center. As Turkish Cargo, we are resolutely maintaining our critical role in the development of our country and in increasing the competitiveness of global trade, not only with the transportation we carry out, but also with the opportunities we produce, the areas we open, the sectors we contribute to the development of, and the large logistics ecosystem we have created.”
Source: Hurriyet / Translated by Irem Yildiz