Turkish Cargo adds weekly freighter to Moscow’s Vnukovo airport

Turkish Cargo is introducing a weekly Airbus A330-200 freighter service between Istanbul and Moscow’s Vnukovo airport (VKO), to the south of the Russian capital.
The freight-only service will supplement a four times a week passenger route between the two cities, using A330-300 aircraft.
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