Turkish Cargo, the rising air cargo brand of Turkish Airlines, continues its steady growth by strengthening its flight network. After Hong Kong, Turkish Cargo added Macau, one of China's most important economic centers, to its destinations with direct cargo flights. The dynamic brand is increasing its destinations with direct cargo flights to 1 with Macau flights that will start on November 2021, 97.
Macau, located in the Guangdong province of China and an important tourism and financial center, is also home to market leaders in the high-tech, e-commerce, electronics and textile sectors. Turkish Cargo aims to strengthen the air cargo bridge it has established between Europe and the Far East, thanks to the reliable, fast and direct air transportation it offers to logistics service providers on the ISL-ALA-MFM-ALA-ISL route, where it will serve with the Airbus A330F wide-body cargo aircraft.
Connecting the continents, Turkish Cargo has the largest cargo flight network in the world, excluding express carriers, with its network of 97 direct cargo destinations. The carrier continues its global business processes with Turkish Airlines' fleet of 24 aircraft, 371 of which are cargo aircraft.
Providing sustainable growth with its infrastructure, operational capabilities, fleet and expert staff, Turkish Cargo aims to be one of the top 3 air cargo brands in the world. Along with its innovation mission, the flag carrier continues to increase its service quality in a sustainable way by developing pioneering projects in the field of digitalization and innovation.