|Commenced operations||November 1997|
|Hubs||Istanbul Atatürk Airport|
|Key people||Mehmet Nazif Günal (Founder),
Sedat Özkazanç (MD)
MNG Airlines is a cargo airline based in Istanbul, Turkey. It operates scheduled and charter services within the Middle East and to the Far East, United States and European destinations. Its main bases are Atatürk International Airport, Antalya Airport and Brussels Airport.
The airline was established by Mehmet Nazif Gunal in 1997 and started operations on 30 November 1997. Transatlantic services began in 1998 with a flight from Frankfurt to Toronto, followed by scheduled services to the USA on 8 November 1998. In mid-2002 passenger operations were added. In 2005 MNG won an award from Airbus for 100% reliability on the 30 year old Airbus A300. On February 6, 2006 MNG ceased all passenger flights. Only cargo flights are being continued.  In 2008, MNG Airlines acquired Slovenian cargo company Solinair.
MNG Airlines operates scheduled freighter services to the following destinations (as of July 2014):
- United Kingdom
- United Arab Emirates
The MNG Airlines fleet includes the following freighter aircraft as of February 2014 and average fleet age 22 years:
|Aircraft||In Service||Orders||Cargo Capacity||Notes|
|Airbus A300-600RF||6||1||47,000 kg||—|
|Airbus A330-200F||1||4||70,000 kg|
|Boeing 737-400F||1||—||20,000 kg||Operated by Solinair|
|Bombardier/Canadair CL-600-2B16 Challenger 604||1||—||2,184 kg||TC-SMZ|
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