Turkish Cargo sees ‘high potential’ in Bangalore

Turkish Cargo has launched Airbus 330-200 freighter flights to Kempegowda International Airport in Bangalore, the capital of India’s Karnataka state.
The freight-carrying division of Turkish Airlines pointed out that the Indian city has “a high annual export potential of 170,000 tons” that could benefit from the airline’s connections to destinations across the Middle East.
Bangalore’s aerospace, IT and high-tech industries are among the drivers of its exports, which also include pharmaceuticals, fruits and vegetables electronic goods and textile products.
The Indian airport confirmed that Turkish Cargo would serve Bangalore twice a week.

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