New cargo flight from Istanbul

A new cargo flight will commence operation to Budapest Airport as of mid-July. In addition to its passenger routes, Turkish Airlines has decided to launch a cargo flight to Budapest. The service will initially operate once a week with the carrier’s Airbus A 310-300 or 330-200 type cargo aircraft. The first flight will land at dawn on Saturday 16 July, and will continue to commute every Saturday during the early hours. The Turkish Airlines cargo aircraft will not stay long at the airport, returning to Turkey after a turnaround time of 2 hours.





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