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Turkish Cargo’s new boss brings forwarders to the fore

May 4, 2017 at 5:49 pm 0 comments

No matter how much you might love your local coffee shop or pub, there’s invariably something that you would improve if you were running the show. Turhan Ozen has become that empowered customer. A former freight forwarder, he is now in the driver’s seat of one of the fastest growingRead More

Turkish Cargo doubles freighter capacity into Oslo on strong seafood exports

Turkish Cargo doubles freighter capacity into Oslo on strong seafood exports

April 19, 2017 at 5:57 pm 0 comments

Thanks to a strong start to the year for seafood exports, Turkish Airlines doubled its freighter capacity into Oslo Airport this month. Turkish Airlines’ cargo division launched flights to Oslo Airport on March 10, before upping capacity. The route will be serviced by an A330-200F.  Martin Langaas, director of cargoRead More

FAA lifts Turkey’s flight restrictions, logistics makes quick recovery

FAA lifts Turkey’s flight restrictions, logistics makes quick recovery

July 18, 2016 at 10:53 pm 0 comments

The FAA announced on Monday that all restrictions on flights to and from Turkey in the wake of Friday’s coup attempt, have been lifted. The decision is welcome news to Turkish national carrier Turkish Airways, which would have been forced to cancel flights to the ten airports that it servesRead More

Turkish Cargo takes on America

Turkish Cargo takes on America

March 3, 2016 at 6:58 pm 0 comments

Toward the end of this year’s Super Bowl, after many of the most expensive TV advertisements of the year had aired, viewers may have noticed an odd brand tie-in for the upcoming “Batman vs. Superman” movie, premiering at the end of this month: Turkish Airlines. In the ad, actors fromRead More

Turkish Cargo: The political question

Turkish Cargo: The political question

February 29, 2016 at 6:52 pm 0 comments

Turkey’s geographic location makes it an ideal crossroads for the world’s air traffic, but this location has a dark side, too. Straddling two continents and bordering some of the world’s most war-torn regions, Turkey is also vulnerable to political conflicts around nearly every national border, which could have dire consequencesRead More

Turkish Cargo sets sights on North America

Turkish Cargo sets sights on North America

February 29, 2016 at 6:44 pm 0 comments

Cargo, American-style Turkish first dipped its toe into North American waters in the 1990s, first by operating charter flights to the continent. “This enabled us to observe the market before the start of our scheduled flights,” Anlatan said. “Therefore, we did not face any problems when we got into theRead More

Turkish Cargo expands African freighter service

Turkish Cargo expands African freighter service

May 18, 2015 at 10:42 pm 0 comments

The rapidly expanding cargo division of Turkish Airlines has added a tenth destination in Africa to its maindeck network. On May 18, the carrier began regularly scheduled freighter service to Dakar, Senegal, using an A330F. The route goes from Istanbul to Dakar and then on to Los Angeles, and thenRead More

Turkish Cargo expands yet again

Turkish Cargo expands yet again

April 8, 2015 at 4:02 pm 0 comments

Along with its robust passenger growth, Turkish Airlines is rapidly growing its cargo network and operations. Most recently, its Turkish Cargo division added freighter service to Lahore, Pakistan, and Bahrain. The new weekly freighter service to Lahore is Turkish Cargo’s  17th dedicated airfreight route in the Far East, while theRead More