Turkish Cargo continues to expand at Budapest Airport

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By admin February 2, 2015 20:18

Turkish Cargo continues to expand at Budapest Airport

Turkish Cargo has increased the frequency of its scheduled flights to Budapest Airport to three times a week. Turkish Cargo states that it sees great opportunities in the Hungarian market, which is reflected in its latest frequency increase.

Turkish Cargo has started to operate three scheduled cargo flights per week between Budapest and Istanbul. Depending on the volume of goods transported, the carrier flies the route with the cargo version of the Airbus A310 or the larger A330, transporting 38-64 tons of cargo per flight.

“The increase in air cargo traffic between Budapest and Istanbul is a good illustration of the economic relations between these two dynamically developing countries. We congratulate Turkish Cargo on its growth at Budapest Airport,” said József Kossuth, Cargo Manager, Budapest Airport. “This increase to three flights per week further enhances Hungarian-Turkish commercial relations. It could have a significant impact, not only on businesses operating around the two airports, but also on logistics infrastructure in the region,” he added.

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By admin February 2, 2015 20:18