Air France KLM Martinair Cargo will operate new services, increased frequencies and larger aircraft for its new summer schedule from 31 March 2019 to 27 October 2019.
AF-KLM says it is committed to expanding its network each season with attractive new opportunities, which this coming summer season will see new services from CDG and AMS to the US, Canada and Ecuador alongside increased frequencies and larger aircraft to range of global destinations.
Specifically, the Franco-Dutch carrier will begin new services:
• AMS to the US: Boston (BOS) 4x/week and Las Vegas (LAS) 3x/week
• CDG to the US, Canada and Ecuador: Dallas (DFW) 5x/week, a second flight (3x/week) to Toronto (YYZ) to 10x/week and Quito (UIO) 3x/week.
Routes with more weekly frequencies and/or larger aircraft include:
• From AMS: JFK (20 weekly frequencies), LAX (13), SFO (12), ORD (7), SLC (3), NRT (10), PVG (12), ATL (777-300), YVR (777-300), JNB (777-300)
• from CDG: SFO (14), IAD (14), ORD (7), YUL (21), YYZ (10), LIM (7), NBO (5), IAH (777-300), PEK (777-300), JNB (777-300).
“With our modernised fleet of 164 long-haul passenger aircraft and six full freighters, we are able to offer vast capacity from our two hubs, Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS), on around 1,100 weekly services to 124 unique destinations across our global network,” the carrier says.
The carrier group also continues to offer capacity with its joint venture partner Delta Cargo, on the US carrier’s North Atlantic routes to/from Europe. And through its global interline partnerships, AF-KLM is also able to offer various destinations on top of its own network.
The group’s special partnerships include China Southern Cargo, Delta Cargo, Jet Airways Cargo and Kenya Airways Cargo.
In 2018, AF-KLM Cargo transported 1.1 million tonnes of cargo on both the Group’s global network of passenger aircraft, as well as cargo main deck capacity on two B777 Freighters, four B747-400 Freighters and six B747-400 Combi aircraft.
Air France Cargo and KLM Cargo and their respective hubs (CDG and AMS) are IATA CEIV certified catering to the pharmaceutical industry.