Turkish Cargo Rises to 3rd Place Among Global Air Cargo Carriers

Turkish Cargo Rises to the Third Place Among Global Air Cargo Carriers
Turkish Cargo Rises to the Third Place Among Global Air Cargo Carriers

Turkish Cargo achieved its goal of being one of the top 3 air cargo brands in the world, with a successful performance in June.

Turkish Cargo, the fastest growing air cargo brand serving 127 countries in the world; It achieved its goal of being one of the top 3 air cargo brands in the world by performing successfully in June. According to the data published by the International Air Transport Association IATA (International Air Transport Association), the air cargo brand ranked 6th in the same period of last year; In June 2021, it surpassed the biggest brands of America, Europe and the Far East and rose to 3rd place.

According to FTK (Freight Tonne Kilometers) data obtained by multiplying the tonnage of cargo transported by air by the kilometers covered, the national brand is; In June 2021, it achieved the highest growth rate among the top 5,7 air cargo carriers with a 25 percent market share.

Regarding the success of Turkish Cargo, Turkish Airlines Chairman of the Board and the Executive Committee M. İlker Aycı; “We are proud that Turkish Cargo is flying to our destinations so quickly. Capturing this performance, especially in a crisis period, is an important indicator that we do not recognize any barriers to success. I believe that Turkish Cargo will continue this rise and carry our flag to the top, and I would like to thank all my colleagues who contributed to our brand's success.” said.

The growth momentum continues in the European, Far East and Canadian markets

According to the April statistics of Turkish Cargo International Air Transport Association (IATA); With a market share of nearly 25 percent, it moved up to the 4st rank by carrying 1 out of every 1 shipments in Turkey-Hungary cargo exports. According to the flag carrier brand, May statistics; With 1.668 tons of air cargo, it surpassed many of its strong rivals and ranked 2nd in Swiss cargo exports.

According to the June cumulative data published by the International Air Cargo Information Provider World Air Cargo Data (WACD); It rose to 3rd place in Canada and Malaysia cargo exports.

Connecting the continents, Turkish Cargo maintains its global business processes with its fleet of 96 aircraft, 25 of which are direct cargo aircraft, with the world's largest cargo aircraft network consisting of 372 destinations among air cargo brands excluding express carriers. By achieving sustainable growth with its infrastructure, operational capabilities, fleet and expert staff and becoming one of the top 2021 air cargo brands in the world in June 3, Turkish Cargo continues to increase its service quality in a sustainable way in a constantly changing world.

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