Turkish Cargo

Turkish Cargo adds Munich freighter flights

By Damian Brett

Turkish Cargo will add freighter flights to Munich as it looks to capitalise on high-tech and automotive demand from the…

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Turkish Cargo partners with WebCargo as booking portal demand ramps up

By Damian Brett

Turkish Cargo will join an online booking portal for the first time after partnering with WebCargo, which has reported a…

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Ground handler Havaş receives GDP certification at Istanbul Airport

By Rachelle Harry

Ground handler Havaş, a subsidiary of TAV Airports and a member of Groupe ADP, has received EU Good Distribution Practices…

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Cargo remains the bright spot for Turkish Airlines in 2020

By Graham Dunn, FlightGlobal

A strong rise in cargo revenues helped Turkish Airlines end 2020 with a profitable final quarter at an operating level,…

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Plans for Turkish Cargo to become subsidiary company confirmed

By Damian Brett

Turkish Airlines has confirmed plans for its cargo business to become a wholly-owned subsidiary of the overall airline. In his…

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Turkish Cargo aims for further growth after improvements in 2020

By Damian Brett

Turkish Cargo is preparing for further growth in its airfreight volumes after gaining market share in 2020. Speaking during Cargo…

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Long-term air cargo capacity outlook remains uncertain

By Damian Brett

While air cargo capacity is expected to remain constrained in the short term, opinion is divided on the supply-demand balance…

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Turkey’s first Covid vaccines transported from China by Turkish Cargo

By Rachelle Harry

Turkish Cargo has delivered Turkey’s first batch of vaccines, which were manufactured in China by pharma firm Sinovac. The IATA…

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Turkish Cargo transports third century statue

By Damian Brett

Turkish Cargo has transported a third century statue from the US to Turkey. The statue of the mother goddess Kybele…

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Air carriers begin transporting Covid-19 vaccines

By Rachelle Harry

Air carriers have already started transporting Covid-19 vaccines, ahead of widespread global distribution. The news comes as pharmaceutical firms Pfizer…

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