Turkish Cargo operates charter flights to meet flower demand surge for Valentine’s Day
Feb 14, 2019: Turkish Cargo has delivered nearly 4 thousand tonnes of flowers between January 1 - February 10, 2019 to meet the demand for Valentine%u2019s Day celebrations.
The Istanbul-based carrier operated flights to many global destinations from Nairobi to Stansted, Narita, Maastricht and Riyadh and from Quito to Amsterdam, Beijing, Manila, Jakarta and Taiwan, in addition to its charter flights.
In all, last year, the carrier has transported 20 thousand tonnes of flowers.
Turkish Cargo continues providing high-quality and well-preserved air cargo service equipped with temperature-controlled containers at different temperature ranges in a total of 43 special cargo rooms available on board the aircraft.
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