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AIR FRANCE KLM MARTINAIR Cargo will operate its new summer schedule from Sunday, 25 March 2018 to Sunday, 28 October 2018.

With our modern fleet of long haul passenger aircraft and full freighters, we are able to offer vast capacity from our two hubs - Paris Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam Schiphol - on around 1,115 weekly services to 116 unique destinations across our global network.

New destinations for summer 2018

We are committed to expanding our network each season with attractive new opportunities. For this summer we are proud to announce again the start of some highly attractive NEW scheduled services:

  • From Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) we offer you new services to Taipei (TPE) – Taiwan on our 777-200 (3x/week), to Nairobi (NBO) – Kenya on our 787 Dreamliner (3x/week) and to Seattle (SEA) – USA on our 777-200 (5x/week).
  • Also from Paris Charles de Gaulle we will operate new services on the A340 by our subsidiary company JOON to Mahé – Seychelles (3x/week) and to Fortaleza – Brazil (2x/week).
  • From Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS)we will also start a new service to Fortaleza – Brazil on our A330-200 (3x/week). Last but not last we will continue this summer our services to Mumbai (BOM) – India (787 Dreamliner 3x/week), which we successfully started last winter.
  • In cooperation with our joint venture partner Delta Cargo we offer ample cargo capacity on their North Atlantic routes to/from Europe. New in this scheme from Amsterdam Schiphol are direct services to/from Los Angeles and Orlando. From Paris Charles de Gaulle to/from Indianapolis and Los Angeles.

Last but not least, we will have ample main-deck capacity to offer, either with our mix of Boeing 747-combi and freighter aircraft out of Amsterdam, or with our Boeing 777 freighter services out of Paris Charles de Gaulle.

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