airlines must have great networks,” insists Halit Anlatan,
Turkish Cargo vice president of sales and marketing.
“Our investment is moving right along
to not only keep pace, but also to allow for our rapid expansion
as we grow both network and capacity,” Mr. Anlatan told
Cargo’s pattern for growth continues unabated into 2015,
defying all expectations as Istanbul continues to emerge as
an even stronger grand central international hub.
recent announcement that Turkish Cargo added main-deck freighter
service to Chicago on April 3 came on the heels that the airline
had raised $328.3 million through
certificates to finance three Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, marking
the first time the carrier has raised funds through capital
Turkish Cargo now serves Chicago
in addition to combination flights with a weekly service (Fridays,
arrives 12:50, departs 15:05, A330F IST/ORD).
Cargo also put an A330F on the route to Lahore, Pakistan,
and also to Bharain beginning this month.
summer schedule 2015, Turkish Cargo counts 265 destinations,
including 50 freighter destinations in 109 countries via 9
freighters and 259 passenger aircraft.