Air France adds summer capacity to Jakarta

AIR FRANCE is launching a daily B777-300ER belly cargo service to Jakarta, Indonesia, via Singapore.
Textiles and electronics are the main exports out of the Indonesian capital city, says a company statement.
The new route from Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport will complement the existing daily B777-300ER service from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, making Air France-KLM-Martinair Cargo the leading European carrier to Indonesia, with a daily offering of up to 15 pallets, it adds. 
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