BusinessMedia releaseNew cargo flights to Kigali and Muscat launched by Turkish Cargo


Posted on Wednesday, 05 September 2018 10:49

New cargo flights to Kigali and Muscat launched by Turkish Cargo

Turkish CargoTurkish Cargo, one of the fastest growing air cargo brands among the global air cargo carriers, keeps extending its cargo flights network. Turkish Cargo included Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, and Muscat, the capital of Oman, to its direct cargo flights network. Following launch of these new cargo flights, Turkish Cargo increased the number of its cargo flights destinations to 85.

Included to its flights network by the flag-carrier air cargo brand, Kigali stands out with its substantial potential of importation. The city enjoys its position as a substantial exports point for the destination of Johannesburg, the metropolitan city of the South Africa. It is planned to combine the flights to Kigali, to be operated by means of the A330-200F freighter by Turkish Cargo, with the Entebbe (Uganda) line*, and to launch a substantial exports - imports line across the region. 

The cargo flight launched to be operated to Muscat, an important imports market for Turkey, Europe, the Far East and America, has been combined with the flights to the South Asia**, resulting in a more effective cargo flight line. The above-mentioned flights will be operated by means of the A330-200F freighter.

Reaching the entire world thanks to its extensive flight network covering 122 countries and more than 300 destinations, Turkish Cargo achieves a sustainable growth with its infrastructure, operational capabilities, fleet and team of leading experts, and keeps being preferred.

* İstanbul (IST)- Kigali (KGL)– Entebbe (EBB)- İstanbul (IST)

** İstanbul (IST)- Maskat (MCT)- Hanoi (HAN)- Yeni Delhi (DEL)- İstanbul (IST)

Turkish Cargo

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About Turkish Cargo:
Turkish Airlines, which has operated its first international air cargo shipment in 1936, is a 4-star airline company operating flights to more than 300 destinations around the world by its fleet comprising of 326 aircraft (airliners and freighters) at the present. Turkish Cargo, a sub-brand of Turkish Airlines, has been maintaining the cargo services of the said airline company since the beginning of the 2000s. Further information about Turkish Cargo, which has been growing the fastest internationally and which offer air cargo transport to the highest number of countries around the world, is available on


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