The Turkish cargo airline MNG Airlines is now flying three times a week from Cologne / Bonn to New York-JFK. As a rule, aircraft of the type Airbus A330-300P2F are used. It is a stopover on the existing cargo route from Istanbul to the USA.
The MNG Airlines fleet consists of a total of nine machines. There are seven Airbus A300-600RF, one A330-200F and one A300-300P2F. In August 2022, a second unit of the last-mentioned aircraft type is scheduled to be flown in.
The carrier currently flies six times a week between Istanbul and New York-JFK. A stopover will now be made at the German airport Cologne / Bonn on three round trips. “We are very pleased to be strengthening our flight program in Europe and expanding it to New York JFK. We have high expectations for the future of MNG Airlines with this new A330-300 P2F ”, explains company boss Sedat Ozkazanc.
Cologne Airport Director Johan Vanneste adds: “We are delighted that our long-term cargo airline partner MNG Airlines is significantly expanding its presence at the CGN. The German and BeNeLux exporters in particular will benefit from the new JFK flights. "