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Pegasus Airlines Cargo Directorate co-host 'International Transport and Logistics Conference'

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Tatjana Obrazcova

Pegasus Airlines Cargo Directorate and Bahcesehir University's Faculty of Economics, Administrative and Social Sciences co-hosted the 'International Transport and Logistics Conference' yesterday.

The conference was held at the Bahcesehir University Besiktas Campus, bringing together prominent local and international executives in the air, sea and road logistics sectors.
Pegasus Airlines Cargo Vice President Aydin Alpa emphasized the importance of encouraging students to join the sector: “As Pegasus Airlines Cargo, we currently carry air cargo across 37 countries and 94 different locations. We continue to invest in and further prepare for the expansion of our flight network as fast as we can obtain traffic rights from the Civil Aviation Authority.”
The conference gave students the opportunity to combine their education with the industry know-how of logistics leaders sharing their experiences in the sector.


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