Turkish Cargo adds flights to Kuala Lumpur and Ahmedabad

By Rachelle Harry

Turkish Cargo has increased its cargo flight network with the addition of flights to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Ahmedabad, India.

Thanks to the Kuala Lumpur flights, Turkish Cargo will be be able to move Malaysia’s main exports, such as electronic products, medical products, and spare parts, to various countries, such as the Netherlands, Germany and US through its Istanbul hub.

The airline plans to use Boeing 777F aircraft on the ISL–KUL–SGN (Ho Chi Minh/Vietnam) route.

Turkish cargo, will also operate Airbus 330F aircraft to Ahmedabad on the DOH–AMD–ISL and BAH–AMD-ISL routes. The airline, which has received IATA CEIV Pharma certification, plans to become “an important air cargo brand for Ahmedabad”, which has a large pharmaceutical market.

Turkish Cargo’s flight network covers more than 300 destinations in 126 countries.

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