Turkish Airlines, the 4 star airline company that flies to more countries than any other airline in the world, operated its first international air cargo shipment in 1936 and now reaches 300 destinations in 120 countries worldwide.
In 2017, Turkish Airlines was awarded “Best Airline in Southern Europe”, “Best Business Class Onboard Catering”, “World’s Best Business Class Lounge”, and “Best Business Class Dining Lounge” by
passenger rating Skytrax World Airline Awards. The Company, which has been maintaining its cargo services and operations under the sub-brand Turkish Cargo since the beginning of the 2000s, stands as the internationally fastest growing brand offering air cargo services to the highest number of countries around the world.
Turkish Cargo, a subsidiary brand of Turkish Airlines, has been continuing to grow along with Turkish Airlines in recent years. Today, Turkish Cargo is at your service all over the world and provides the most efficient connections to the leading production and commercial centers across the globe with its 15 freighters and the belly capacities of Turkish Airlines’ 328 passenger aircraft.
Its network and fleet expansion policy enables Turkish Cargo to launch high quality cargo services to new destinations and increase freighter cargo capacity in existing destinations as well. This enables Turkish Cargo to provide you with closer access to business opportunities and reach partners in many main commercial hubs, and also increased cargo delivery capacity to even more destinations.
In addition to the growth of its cargo network capacity, Turkish Cargo is significantly revising its infrastructural and procedural processes. Turkish Cargo has been awarded with IATA’s Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Products Transportation certificate ‘Center of Excellence for Independent Validators’ (CEIV) in Istanbul Hub in August 2016. Turkish Cargo revised each step of the process in order to ensure high level of reliability and security throughout shipment. Turkish Cargo plans to successfully maintain the re-certification process which will be performed by IATA every two years. Turkish Cargo plans to maintain its success in the inspections made in definite periods by world’s leading pharma producers. Herewith, it plans to be an airline which constantly
innovates via continuous improvement in activities. Turkish Cargo is planning to attend the seminars and exhibitions attended by the sector’s leading pharma consignors and experienced cargo agency representatives where technical matters and expertise regarding pharma transportation are discussed.
Read the full story on page 62 in Cargo Magazine, Click here
ABOUT CARGO MAGAZINE
The printed edition of Cargo Magazine is distributed free of charge in the Netherlands and Belgium and the online version will be shared with our worldwide network of proffessionals in both the Dutch and English language. We greatly appreciate your contributionn in professional writing, an interview or editorial or advertising.
For more information please see our media-pack
Our magazine team is ready to answer any questions you may have.
Cargo Magazine Team
Email : email@example.com