Turkish adds to freighter network

Turkish Cargo has launched freighter services to Atlanta, New York, Kinshasa, London Stansted, Amsterdam and Doha.
The Atlanta, New York and Kinshasa flights will use Airbus A330 freighters, with Stansted and Amsterdam served by an Airbus A310 freighter.
As from the beginning of the winter schedule 2015, Turkish Cargo will provide cargo services to 280 destinations — including 55 freighter destinations — in 110 countries.
Turkish Cargo operates a fleet of ten freighters and 287 passenger aircraft.

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