Turkish Cargo adds Sheremetyevo freighter flight

Turkish Cargo A330-200F

Turkish Cargo will add Sheremetyevo Airport to its cargo network with a weekly A300-200F flight.

The carrier pointed out that the airport is located just 30 km away from Moscow and is “considered an important export and import centre in Russia”. Flights will begin on June 12.

Export products that will be targeted by the service include automotive accessories and raw oil materials. Imports include textiles, electronics and vegetables/fruits.

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