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AF-KL-MP expands network for the winter

AF-KL-MP expands network for the winter

Air France KLM Martinair Cargo is expanding its network for the winter including new services to locations including Mumbai and Port Louis.

The winter schedule starts on Sunday 29 October, ending Sunday 25 March 2018 and will add new flights from both Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.

Air France will offer two Boeing 777-200 flights a week from CDG to Male in the Maldives.

KLM will be adding more routes, with two Boeing 787 Dreamliner flights a week to San Jose in Costa Rica, three a week to Port Louis in Mauritius operated by a 787, and three a week to Mumbai in India, also using a 787.

AF-KL-MP operates a fleet of 178 aircraft with 1,023 weekly services to 123 destinations.

The group transported 1.1 million tonnes of cargo in 2016 using a fleet of passenger aircraft as well as main deck capacity on its two Boeing 777 Freighters, four Boeing 747-400 Freighters and nine Boeing 747-400 Combi aircraft.


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