Turkish Cargo S15 Operations

Turkish Airlines Cargo has published planned Summer 2015 operation on its website, effective 29MAR15. Note all routing listed below is based on info appeared on the PDF timetable listing, therefore operational routing, frequency and aircraft remains subject to change.

A310 Freighter Service
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Erbil vv
3 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Tbilisi vv
4 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Tel Aviv vv

2 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Misurata vv
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Tunis vv

1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Algiers – Zurich – Istanbul Ataturk
2 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Frankfurt vv
2 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Kiev – Budapest – Istanbul Ataturk
5 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Maastricht vv
2 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Milan Malpensa vv
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Zurich vv

A330 Freighter Service
2 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Almaty – Guangzhou – Bishkek – Istanbul Ataturk
2 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Almaty – Hong Kong vv
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Almaty – Seoul Incheon vv
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Almaty – Shanghai Pu Dong – Bishkek – Istanbul Ataturk
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Ashgabat – Dhaka – Istanbul Ataturk
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Astana – Hong Kong – Bishkek – Istanbul Ataturk
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Bishkek – Bangkok – Lahore – Istanbul Ataturk
3 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Bishkek – Shanghai Pu Dong vv
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Dubai al Maktoum – Mumbai – Istanbul Ataturk
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Karachi – Singapore – Hyderabad – Istanbul Ataturk
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Tashkent – Hong Kong – Bishkek – Istanbul Ataturk
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Tashkent – Seoul Incheon – Almaty – Istanbul Ataturk
2 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Tehran – Karachi – Istanbul Ataturk

2 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Beirut – Amman – Istanbul Ataturk
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Erbil – Bahrain – Istanbul Ataturk
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Khartoum – Nairobi – Istanbul Ataturk
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Kuwait – Dubai Al Maktoum – Istanbul Ataturk

2 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Cairo vv
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Entebbe – Nairobi – Istanbul Ataturk
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Lagos vv
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Lagos – Accra – Istanbul Ataturk

1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Algiers – Milan Malpensa – Istanbul Ataturk
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Algiers – Zurich – Istanbul Ataturk
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Casablanca – Madrid – Istanbul Ataturk
4 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Frankfurt vv
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Helsinki vv
2 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Helsinki – Stockholm – Istanbul Ataturk
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Kiev – Budapest – Istanbul Ataturk
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Lagos – Accra – Maastricht – Istanbul Ataturk
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Lagos – Frankfurt – Istanbul Ataturk
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Maastricht vv
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Maastricht – Chicago
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Madrid vv
1 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Madrid – Belgrade – Istanbul Ataturk
2 weekly Istanbul Ataturk – Minsk – Vienna – Istanbul Ataturk


ASM 25 YEAR ANNIVERSARY TRAINING EVENT – LONDON 4-5 DECEMBER

ASM PurpleASM is hosting a special training event in December to mark its 25th anniversary in route development. The two-day event will play host to an impressive line-up of senior airline, airport and Industry speakers around the theme of 'If route development was perfect, what would it look like?'. 

Speakers include:

  • Gabriel Schmilovich Isgut, director network strategy, Vueling
  • Leon Verhallen, head of aviation development, Brussels Airport 
  • Laurie Berryman, former meneral manager UK and Ireland, Emirates.

Delegates will have the opportunity to network, socialise and discuss their opportunities with the respective speakers throughout the event.

Places are limited so please click on the following link to find out more details and book your place on what promises to be a fantastic conversation.

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