London Stansted is Turkish Cargo’s newest freighter destination
Oct 10, 2018: Turkish Cargo has launched flights to Stansted Airport in London on October 4.
The flights will be operated with Airbus 330 type wide-body freighters three times a week (on Wednesday, Friday, Sunday) on five different routes, ensuring a more reliable and stable service.
It is expected that the flights from Stansted (STN), the third busiest airport in London, will feed the Middle East region, especially the Africa and Asia continents substantially.
London the capital of England is one of the most important export partners of Turkey. The city will be connected to the world via the extensive flight network of Turkey’s flag carrier covering more than 300 destinations across the 5 continents.
Export products of England, the fifth biggest economy and tenth top-exporter around the world, consist mainly of mechanical machines, with a highlighted spot on military supplies, automobiles, car parts, motors, machinery chemical substances.
On the other hand, main import items of London are: precious stones, plastic products, automobiles, gold, crude oil, turbo-jets, smart phones and pharmaceuticals.
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