Air France KLM Martinair Cargo adds five new destinations to its summer schedule
Mar 28, 2017: Air France KLM Martinair Cargo has started operating its new summer schedule on March 26.
The airline has extended its wide-body belly network, as they did last winter.
The airline is offering thrice weekly service to Accra (ACC) – Ghana from Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) using Boeing 777-200 equipment (this service commenced on February 28).
From its Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) hub, the airline is opening new routes to Freetown (FNA) – Sierra Leone and Monrovia (ROB) – Liberia, both thrice weekly using Airbus A330 aircraft.
Another route to Cartagena (CTG) – Colombia will be served thrice weekly using Boeing 787 Dreamliner and to Minneapolis (MSP) - USA, thrice weekly on an Airbus A330.
“In addition to our wide-body belly capacity, we will continue to offer main-deck capacity (123 frequencies/week to 41 destinations), using Boeing 747-combi and freighter aircraft out of Amsterdam, and Boeing 777 freighter services out of Paris Charles de Gaulle. We will continue to mainly deploy our cargo aircraft on routes between Europe and Latin America and to/from Africa, to serve ongoing strong demand (e.g. from the fresh flower industry) for this type of transport,” said the airline company through a statement.
“Air France KLM Martinair Cargo is committed to offering the best network possibilities to the freight market,” said Marcel de Nooijer, EVP, Air France KLM Martinair Cargo.