The new connections include one from the German Giengen to Çerkezköy and two from Bratislava - to Istanbul and Köseköy.
The seven days of transit time Giengen-Çerkezköy will offer two weekly round trips, the five-day Bratislava-Istanbul one/week, and the six-day Bratislava-Köseköy two/week.
Additionally, the Austrian Rail Cargo Group (RCG) has increased the weekly timetable of its Curtici-Istanbul service from two to three runs.
The company's Turkish network also includes the Budapest-Istanbul link, with four round trips per week.
Photo: Rail Cargo Group