AF KLM Cargo launches KickCharter platform to help fill chartered freighters

By Rachelle Harry

Air France KLM Martinair Cargo (AFKLMP) has launched a collaborative online platform that can be used to book cargo capacity on its chartered freighter flights.

The KickCharter solution ensures charter freighter flights are full, or as close to full as possible, before operating. It also enables cargo to be flown to destinations that are not in AFKLMP’s scheduled network.

The carrier said it developed its the solution “in response to actual customer needs in these unprecedented times”.

“This solution is unique in our industry and a new step in our digital transformation,”AFKLMP said in a statement.

GertJan Roelands, senior vice president of AFKLMP, added: “KickCharter reflects our ambition to keep extending our service range based on customer needs, offering next-level technology in combination with the expertise and insight of our teams, who help us make the difference worldwide.”

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