Turkish Cargo strengthens its presence in Budapest with scheduled cargo flights
Budapest (BUD) became the main hub for Turkish Cargo with the newly established Eastern Europe Regional Directorate office, which coordinates the cargo sales activities of 21 countries based in the city.
Turkish Cargo continues to increase the number of direct freighter-only destinations as it strengthens its presence in the Hungarian capital of Budapest, with scheduled cargo flights. Having an attractive location from the viewpoint of the logistics and trading companies, Budapest (BUD) became the main hub for Turkish Cargo with the newly established Eastern Europe Regional Directorate office in the city. This Regional Directorate Office coordinates the cargo sales activities of 21 countries based in Budapest.
Additionally, along with its long time great co-operation with the airport, Turkish Cargo has enhanced the service quality and demonstrated a sustainable achievement thanks to its mission Raising the Bar. The global cargo carrier expands freighter capacities at BUD in the winter season with the launch of the fourth frequency with the help of the A330 cargo aircraft as of November 8.
As one of the most prominent cargo airlines in terms of network growth, Turkish Cargo serves 43 countries in120 destinations (31 direct cargo) throughout Europe. Adding its 95th destination to its list of direct cargo flights destinations operated with freighters, the global air cargo carrier has the largest air bridge because of its fleet of 365 aircraft, 25 of which are freighters, as well as its extensive flight network reaching more than 300 destinations in 127 countries.
Turkish Cargo aims to develop its activities in the air cargo transportation by achieving a sustainable growth with its infrastructure, operational capabilities, fleet and specialised crew and teams.