Turkish Cargo, a division of Turkey’s flagship carrier Turkish Airlines (THY), became one of the world’s top 5 air cargo transportation companies in 2020, according to Ilker Ayci, Chairman of the Board and the Executive Committee of THY. The company aims to be among the top three air cargo companies in the world. The company increased its cargo capacity during the pandemic by adding an additional 50 passenger aircraft to its fleet, alongside air freighters. Turkish Cargo took 5% of global market share, the equivalent of 1.5 million tonnes.
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