New routes help Turkish Cargo grow rapidly in 2018

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Turkish Cargo saw air cargo volumes grow by more than 20% last year, according to figures from analyst World ACD.
Figures from the data provider show the airline noted a 21.7% increase in the chargeable weight of cargo transported, which the airline pointed out is 10 times higher than the average market growth rate for the year reported by WorldACD of 2.2%.
The carrier said the growth comes on the back of several new service launches last year.
Turkish Cargo extended its cargo flights network upon initiation of new lines to Zaragoza (Spain), Vilnius (Lithuania), Liege, Brussels (Belgium), Miami (US), Toronto (Canada), Houston (US), Bogota (Colombia), Mexico City (Mexico), Curaçao (Netherlands Antilles), Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), Taipei (Taiwan), Navoi (Uzbekistan) and Muscat (Oman).

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