Business as usual for Dutch freight flights

Air France KLM Martinair Cargo says its flight programme will continue to operate as normal after agreeing Covid testing measures for its crews with the authorities in the Netherlands. It follows the government’s announcement last week of a number of new far-reaching measures, including additional travel restrictions and testing requirements for airline crews. [+]

Anglo-Dutch carrier launches sustainable fuel scheme

Air France KLM Martinair Cargo says it has launched the world’s first sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) programme for the airfreight industry, enabling freight forwarders and shippers to reduce their CO₂ emissions. The Cargo SAF Programme enables shippers and forwarders to power a percentage of their flights with SAF. Customers receive a ... [+]

Five growth months in a row for Franco-Dutch carrier

Air France KLM Martinair says its cargo activity continued to strongly perform with revenue at constant currency up 107.6% in the third quarter 2020, with September the fifth consecutive month of improvement. Cargo capacity has however been down 33.3%, primarily driven by the reduction in belly capacity of passenger aircraft partly ... [+]

KLM offers cargo co-loading app

The KLM Cargo Compliance Knowledge Centre (CKC) has developed an app for co-loading segregation checks, for example for dangerous goods. It forms part of the AirFranceKLM Martinair Cargo Toolbox which can be downloaded from the App Store (Apple) or Google Play (Android and automatically adopts the language settings of the ... [+]

Changes at Air France-KLM

Mattijs ten Brink, currently senior vice-president of sales and distribution at Air France-KLM-Martinair Cargo is transfer to a new position as managing director of Dutch low-cost airline, Transavia and will be succeeded by Eelco van Asch, currently VP Europe for Air France-KLM-Martinair Cargo. Eelco will also be a member of the airline’s ... [+]

Airline alliance adds Abu Dhabi

Air France-KLM-Martinair Cargo has stepped up its cargo cooperation with Etihad by adding a twice-weekly Abu Dhabi to its freighter network in addition to the existing double daily A330 service between Amsterdam and Abu Dhabi. [+]

Onward from Istanbul

Air France-KLM-Martinair Cargo is offering new connections from Istanbul Together in partnership with Turkey's MNG Airlines. They are Tripoli (Mitiga airport) and Benghazi in Libya and Ekaterinburg in Russia and vice versa. Flights will be operated by B737 freighters. The French-Dutch carrier offers A300F freighter capacity from Paris CDG to ... [+]

Partners offer pharma product

Air France-KLM-Martinair Cargo have launched a new Variation Pharma Control 15-25°C service. The airline partners aim to tap into the market for temperature sensitive pharmaceutical shipments that need to be kept within this range, during trucking, warehousing and in flight. Specialised hubs in Paris and Amsterdam have also been created. [+]

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