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Turkish Cargo ups 777F capacity

Turkish Cargo has added a sixth Boeing 777 freighter to its fleet.

The airline said it plans to operate eight B77Fs by 2020. The aircraft is capable of carrying 102 tons (92.5 tonnes) and has a flying range of 9,200 km.

Turkish Cargo took delivery of its first B777F in 2017 and said that the aircraft has “substantial benefits in terms of operational costs, efficiency and reliability in intercontinental journeys”.

www.turkishcargo.com.tr

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