AF-KLM adds combi flights to Dubai

Air France KLM Martinair Cargo will this month add three B747 Combi frequencies from Amsterdam Airport-Schiphol (AMS) to and from Dubai International Airport (DXB).
Starting 10 January,  the European carrier says that the upgrade offers “increased flexibility to carry main deck commodities to our hubs, Dubai International Airport (DXB), and to Al Maktoum Airport (DWC) which our freighters already use.”
The carrier states that it will be the “only scheduled airline” to offer 21 main deck pallet positions a week directly to Dubai International Airport.
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