MNG Airlines (Turkey) says its fleet expansion programme is on course after taking delivery of a new A330-200F.
The major carrier, which currently operates six Airbus A300B4-200Fs, two A300C4-605RFs and a Boeing B737-400SF, exclusively revealed to Air Cargo News in April, the company’s future revamp plans.
MNG expects to increase its cargo shipments from 125,000 tonnes in 2011 to 175,000 this year.
Commenting on the aircraft’s arrival, MNG’s sales manager Alper Keklikci states: “We have expanded our network of services and continue to provide capacity to major airlines and integrators.”
The company is one of many businesses benefiting from Turkey’s booming economy.