Turkish Cargo had increased its market share to 5 per cent and transported 1 of every 20 air cargo shipment, carried throughout the world, according to the data announced for May by international air cargo information provider, World Air Cargo Data (WACD).

During the course of the pandemic, Turkish Cargo did not experience any loss of tonnage on year-on-year basis, and acted as a global bridge for the purpose of preventing the interruption of the international supply chain.

Having provided service to 90 direct cargo destinations by means of its freighters with high-tonnage capacity, Turkish Cargo made use of 32 wide-body airliners during such operations, while it has performed air cargo operations to more than 60 destinations, including London, Moscow, Oslo, Shanghai, Bangkok, Doha, New York and Casablanca, by employing the wide-body airliners of Turkish Airlines, its master brand.

Continuing its activities devotedly on 24×7 basis for the purpose of transporting food, aid materials, masks and medical equipment all around the world, and in particular preventing the interruption of the global medicine supply, Turkish Cargo accomplished the transportation of 21 thousand 547 tonnes of medicine and approximately 7 thousand medical equipment between February 01 and June 30, and operated more than 1100 flights just in June by making use of the freighters and airliners.


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