Turkish Cargo adds extra freighter flight to Budapest

By Damian Brett

Turkish Cargo has expanded its direct scheduled freighter flights to Budapest as it ramps up its use of the airport.

The carrier said that as well as adding a fourth weekly freighter flight, Budapest (BUD) has become its main hub for eastern Europe with the creation of a regional directorate office in the city.

The regional directorate office coordinates the cargo sales activities of 21 countries.

The airline will now offer a total of four weekly A330 freighter flights between the Hungarian airport and Istanbul Atatürk Airport.

The carrier serves 43 countries/120 destinations (31 direct cargo) in Europe.

The airline offers direct freighter flights to 95 destinations. 

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