Air France KLM Martinair (AF-KL-MP) Cargo will launch its summer schedule on 26 March with 1,125 weekly services to 127 destinations on its fleet of 170 passenger aircraft and six freighters.
It started thrice-weekly Paris Charles de Gaulle – Accra services on 28 February, using a Boeing 777-200 to connect with the capital of Ghana.
AF-KL-MP will also start new African flights from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol with thrice-weekly Airbus A330 flights to Freetown in Sierra Leone and Monrovia in Liberia.
It will also start thrice-weekly Boeing 787 Cartagena, Colombia services and three flights a week to Minneapolis, USA on an Airbus A330.
AF-KL-MP Cargo executive vice president, Marcel de Nooijer says: “Air France KLM Martinair Cargo is committed to offering the best network possibilities to the freight market.”
It will also offer main-deck capacity using Boeing 747-combi and freighter aircraft from Amsterdam and Boeing 777 Freighter flights from Paris, and it will continue to deploy cargo aircraft on routes between Europe and Latin America and to/from Africa to serve demand from sectors such as perishables.