Turkish Cargo adds Macau to its cargo flight network

Turkish Cargo aims to strengthen the air cargo bridge it has established between Europe and the Far East with the reliable, fast and direct air transportation it offers to logistics service providers with Airbus A330F type wide-body cargo aircraft on ISL-ALA-MFM-ALA-ISL.

Turkish Cargo adds Macau to its cargo flight network
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Turkish Airlines' brand, Turkish Cargo, recently added Macau to the list, strengthening its flight network. After Hong Kong, Macau, one of the economic centers of China, will be among its destinations served with direct cargo flights. The number of direct cargo flights has reached 97 including Macau starting today on November 1, 2021.

Located in the Guangdong province of China; Macau is an important center in terms of tourism and finance and hosts market leaders of sectors such as high technology, e-commerce, electronics and textiles. Turkish Cargo aims to strengthen the air cargo bridge it has established between Europe and the Far East with the reliable, fast and direct air transportation it offers to logistics service providers with Airbus A330F type wide-body cargo aircraft on ISL-ALA-MFM-ALA-ISL (Istanbul Ataturk Airport, Almaty International Airport, Macau International Airport, Almaty International Airport, Istanbul Ataturk Airport) route.

In Germany, Turkish cargo expanded its fleet to Munich in May 2021.

Connecting continents, Turkish Cargo offers the world's largest direct cargo flight network in the world; consisting of 97 destinations worldwide, excluding express carriers. The carrier performs global business processes with the fleet of Turkish Airlines, consisting of 371 aircraft including 24 dedicated freighters.

Achieving sustainable growth with its infrastructure, operational capabilities, fleet and expert teams in the field, Turkish Cargo aims to become one of the top 3 air cargo brands in the world.

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