Air France-KLM chiefs bullish on prospects for sustainable growth in air cargo
The Air France-KLM-Martinair airline group have signalled a long-term commitment to freight. The freighter fleet of Air ...
It is all starting to become clear – it’s question of size. Lufthansa board member Dr Otto, at the carrier’s recent briefing, made several interesting points, most notably that British Airways’ three 747-8Fs and AF-KLM’s rapidly thinning freighter fleet were, simply, “of no use”. Here, Cargo Facts examines what size the remaining freighter operators think their fleets should be.
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