Turkish Cargo flies into Porto

A Turkish Cargo A330-200F; this one is taking off from Liege Airport

On 12 May, Turkish Cargo added Porto to its wide-ranging freighter network.

An industrial hub, the second-largest city in Portugal, Porto is now served by Turkish Cargo A330-200F aircraft on an İstanbul-Madrid-Porto-İstanbul routeing.

Reflecting the growth being enjoyed by Turkey’s biggest airfreight carrier, Turkish Cargo was recently named ‘Cargo Airline of the Year’ by Air Cargo News magazine.

Turkish Cargo described the Air Cargo News awards as “one of the greatest and most reliable ratings across the global air cargo market”.

Turkish Cargo has the stated aim of becoming one of the top five global air cargo brands by 2023.

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