Growth Rate for Turkish Cargo reaches 7 times higher than market

With their outreach of 307 destinations, in 122 countries, it is without a wonder that Turkish Cargo is one of the leading cargo companies in the world. The cargo transport capacity of Turkish Airlines, which flies to the most countries worldwide, and operating additional direct cargo flights to 85 destinations thanks to the fleet of freighters. It was reported by the World Air Cargo Market Data results at Jan-May era of 2018, that Turkish Cargo has acheived a 30% growth rate where market performed 4.3% growth.


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With their outreach of 307 destinations, in 122 countries, it is without a wonder that Turkish Cargo is one of the leading cargo companies in the world. The cargo transport capacity of Turkish Airlines, which flies to the most countries worldwide, and operating additional direct cargo flights to 85 destinations thanks to the fleet of freighters. It was reported by the World Air Cargo Market Data results at Jan-May era of 2018, that Turkish Cargo has acheived a 30% growth rate where market performed 4.3% growth.

 

Besides, with performing a growth rate 20% at year over year basis in may results, where market performed 2,6% growth at the same period, world’s fastest growing air cargo brand Turkish Cargo was ranked 8th among world’s reputed air cargo carriers of WACD with its successful performance. Achieving a sustainable growth thanks to its current infrastructure and investments, Turkish Cargo is one of the fastest-growing air cargo companies of the world with these new routes.

 

The outstanding air cargo brand combines its wide range of services and operational capabilities with the unique geographical advantages of Turkey, and keeps setting the bar higher with each passing day.

 

Turkish Airlines, which has operated its first international air cargo shipment in 1936, is a 4-star airline company operating flights to more than 300 destinations around the world by its fleet comprising of 325 aircraft (airliners and freighters) at the present. Turkish Cargo, a sub-brand of Turkish Airlines, has been maintaining the cargo services of the said airline company since the beginning of the 2000s.