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   Vol. 17 No. 72
Friday October 26, 2018

A Greatest Race At Biggest Airport
A Greatest Race At Biggest Airport  

In Toronto last week, Turkish Cargo delivered its giant “dominator display area, complete with private meeting rooms, delicious Turkish specialty snacks and beverages served by toque blanche-festooned chefs replicating Turkish Airlines’ most excellent on-board service.
  Turkish Cargo got down to business, reaching an agreement with CHAMP Cargosystems for Traxon CDMP quality management.
  Turhan Ozen, Chief Cargo Officer declared:
  “We are glad that Traxon guides us in our experience to utilize Cargo iQ for quality management.
  “We upgraded our quality standards, as another positive move as we close in on our target of being one of the top five global air cargo brands."
  Turkish Cargo has carried some interesting cargo as Istanbul New Airport opens for business this month.
  Recently the Istanbul-based flag carrier moved an exotic “only one in the world” Tesla automobile to “Teknofest”, an event that was featured at the new aerial gateway with the breathtakingly beautiful and unique in the world Pina Farina-designed air traffic control tower.
  In a place set for speed, came a race the likes of which the world has never seen.

Zoom Zoom Zoom

  Just for fun, the world's largest airport opened its runways to the Tesla S P100DL race car and a Turkish Hürkus plane, a Solo Türk F16 Jeti, the Red Bull Racing Formula 1 car and Turkish motorcycle star Kenan Sofuogšlu.

Lions & Tigers, Oh My!

  Fast on the heels of The Great Race, Turkish Cargo moved 3 tigers, 3 lions, 3 cheetahs, 2 lynxes and a cougar from Prague to Istanbul as part of the special cargo services.
  “The endangered species were carefully monitored every step of their journey,” reports Turhan Özen.

  Turhan, pictured here at last month's FIATA World Congress in New Delhi, discussed his vision of the future and the air cargo supply chain.
  The Turhan Özen presentation on the End-to-End Supply Chain attracted a great deal of interest from other participants at the forum in which future partnerships with Turkish Airlines, and investment issues were also discussed.
  Turkish Cargo also announced it launched A330 wide-body freighters three times a week, (Wednesday, Friday, Sunday) to Stansted, England on October 4

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