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Turkish Cargo wins Payload Asia industry choice award as Overall Carrier of the Year

Posted 27 October 2017 · Add Comment

Turkish Cargo has been awarded with Overall Carrier of the Year prize in the Customer's Choice category at the 33rd annual Payload Asia Awards, organisedd by the Payload Asia Group and aimed at honouring the carriers for their excellence in the air cargo industry.

Awarded with the contribution of the readers, air cargo customers and business partners of Payload Asia, member of the Federation of Asia Pacific Aircargo Association (FAPAA), the awards were unveiled at the annual ceremony attended by distinguished guests from around the world. The most prestigious award of the year was attributed to Turkish Cargo for its substantial growth.

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