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Cargo flight from Turkish Cargo to Kigali and Muscat

Staff Writer |
Turkish Cargo added Rwanda's capital city, Kigali, and Oman's capital city, Muscat, as destinations for direct cargo flights. In addition to Turkish Airlines' 307-point wide flight network, Turkish Cargo carries direct cargo flights to 85 destinations.

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igali (KGL), which has an important import cargo potential, is a serious export destination especially for Johannesburg. The A330-200F cargo planes are planned to be combined with the Entebbe (Uganda) line to create a strong import-export line.

A stronger cargo line is scheduled cargo flights to Muscat (MCT), which is an important import market for the United States, Europe, Far East, and Turkey, by combining with Suth Asian flights. Related flights will be carried out with A330-200F Cargo aircraft.

Turkish Cargo, which covers the world with its extensive flight network of 122 countries and more than 300 points, continues to be the preferred choice for air cargo transportation by growing with infrastructure, operational capabilities, fleet and high standards of personnel.

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