Turkish Cargo adds capacity to India

TURKISH CARGO is strengthening its cargo penetration with the launch of weekly A330 freighter flights to Hyderabad, India, this month, writes Thelma Etim, deputy editor.
The new route is the carrier’s 17th dedicated freighter service in the Asia/India region.
Turkish Airlines operates flights to more than 260 destinations around the world using its current fleet of 263 aircraft.  

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