Turkish Cargo strengthens its presence in Budapest (BUD) with an additional fourth A330F frequency from 8 November.
Noting the attractiveness of BUD for logistics and trading companies, Budapest is now Turkish Cargo’s main hub in its newly established Eastern Europe Regional Directorate. The BUD-based Regional Directorate Office coordinates the cargo sales activities of 21 countries.
The carrier also noted the “long time great co-operation with Budapest Airport,” which it says has enabled it to enhance service quality and achieve sustainable growth.
As one of the fastest growing cargo airlines on the world, Turkish Cargo serves 43 countries/120 destinations (31 direct cargo) throughout Europe.
The carrier now offers freighter service to 95 destinations tapping its fleet of 25 freighters and the capacity available on airline’s 340 passenger aircraft, reaching more than 300 destinations in 127 countries.