Turkish freighter goes to Chicago

Turkish Airlines has launched weekly freighter services to Chicago to supplement its passenger flights to the US and Canada.
The A330F departs Istanbul Ataturk at 06.50 on Fridays and operates via Shannon in Ireland, arriving at Chicago O’Hare at 12.50 the same day. The return flight departs Chicago at 15.05 on Friday and operates via Maastricht in the Netherlands, arriving back in Istanbul at 12.40 on Friday.
The stops at Shannon and Maastricht are technical stops only, at least for the time being, said a Turkish Airlines spokesman. 

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