Customers in Turkey thanks to more direct flights will have the opportunity to trade across Europe and around the world. A FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) subsidiary and the world's largest express transportation company, FedEx Express has announced that customers now benefit from faster and more direct flights between Paris-Charles de Gaulle in central France and Turkey in Turkey.
A Boeing 14,5-737 capable of carrying up to 400 tons will connect the FedEx Express headquarters in Istanbul and Paris-Charles de Gaulle five times a week. In this way the customer to a non-European road network partner in Turkey and the world, the world's largest express air route network covering more than 220 across the country and the region will be offered direct access.
One-day delivery time for imports from the leading cities in Europe and Adana, Ankara, Antalya, Denizli, Izmir, Konya and Kayseri will be one-day gain in exports to the world will be provided. In this way, FedEx will provide faster access to international markets and support the global growth of its customers.
FedEx Express Vice President of Turkey and Southeast Europe Location Services Predrag Lakic spoke as follows: "one of our main air hub in Europe due to provide a connection between the newly opened Istanbul Airport're excited. Turkey's east and west, bringing together location, helping the country to position itself as a major Middle East and logistics powerhouse in Europe. FedEx Express, the shipping into and out of Turkey and made in Turkey by offering faster service offers both companies the opportunity to establish more links to Europe or the world in general. "
In addition to these direct flights in different markets, Turkey supports the objective of increasing its share in global trade with different products. International logistics sector, Turkey is an important part of the future growth of the country as well as make a major contribution to connect to the global economy.