According to the data announced for May by the WACD (World Air Cargo Data), Turkish Cargo increased its market share to 5 percent and transported 1 of every 20 pieces of air cargo, carried throughout the world, in the industry where the global air cargo market has shrunk by 28.5 percent.
During the course of the pandemic the global air cargo market was affected potently and experienced a severe shrinkage, and decreased by 18 percent between January and May. However, Turkish Cargo did not experience any loss of tonnage on year-on-year basis, and acted as a global bridge for the purpose of preventing the interruption of the international supply chain.
Turkish Cargo, with their CEIV Pharma certificate, completed the transportation of 21,547 tonnes of medicine and approximately 7,000 pieces of medical equipment between February 1 and June 30, and operated more than 1,100 flights just in June by making use of the freighters and airliners.
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