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Turkish Cargo, the fastest growing air cargo brand amongst top global air cargo carriers, is strengthening the flight network each day. Turkish Cargo has recently added Brussels, the capital city of Belgium as a destination for direct scheduled cargo flights. Turkish Cargo operates currently to 85 destinations with its 18 cargo aircrafts.
The opening of the new cargo destination was celebrated with a spectacular event attended by all the agencies operating in Brussels.
In the first stage, the weekly frequencies with A310F cargo freighter will be operated on Saturdays (D6).
Belgium, also known as the European Union and the European Capital, is a main production center for mechanical chemical products, mining and automobile fixtures and is also a major chocolate production center. Turkish Cargo aim to focus on carrying mainly time and temperature sensitive shipments such as drugs and other express products with the recently added IST-BRU-IST cargo flights.
As the fastest-growing air cargo brand all around the world, Turkish Cargo launched more new lines in 2018, continuing to expand its flight network. The new cargo routes include Taipei (Taiwan), Miami (USA), Toronto (Canada), Zaragoza (Spain), Houston (USA), Bogota (Colombia), Liege (Belgium), Muscat (Oman), Mexico City (Mexico), Vilnius (Lithuania) and Brussels (Belgium). Moreover, it is planned to expand the cargo flight network further by the second half of 2018 with the new routes such as Quito (Equator), Karaganda (Kazakhstan), Tokyo (Japan), Navoi (Uzbekistan), Abu Dhabi (UAE), Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) and Misurata (Libya).
Turkish Cargo covers the world with its extensive flight network of 121 countries and more than 300 destinations; and continues to be the preferred choice for air cargo transportation with its infrastructure, operational capabilities,dymanic fleet and its proficient staff.