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Turkish Cargo says olá to Sao Paulo

Turkish Cargo says olá to Sao Paulo

Turkish Cargo is expanding its network with scheduled cargo flights to Sao Paulo, Brazil from 25 June.

Sao Paulo is one of the largest industrial and trade centres in South America, and Turkish Cargo will operate one Airbus A330 Freighter flight a week on an Istanbul – Dakar – Sao Paulo – Dakar – Istanbul route.

Brazilian exports were worth $190 billion in 2016, with China, European and Middle Eastern countries proving to be important markets.

Exports generally consist of machinery, electronics, chemical products and automotive parts, while leather, eggs and medicine are also important exports.

Turkish Cargo says: “Since it has a wide range of products and market diversity, it constitutes a market with high potential for our Company. With having strong network in Latin America, Turkish Cargo is aiming to serve another destinations within the region.”


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