Air France KLM Martinair Cargo adds thirteenth full freighter destination in Africa

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands: On 3 September 2019, Air France KLM Martinair Cargo will reintroduce Lusaka (Zambia) to its full freighter schedule. Lusaka will be our thirteenth full freighter destination on AFKLMP’s existing schedule in Africa.

After three years, Lusaka is returning to the AFKLMP Cargo Full Freighter schedule. The flight will operate once a week using a 747 full freighter aircraft. Departure will be on Tuesdays from Amsterdam and arrival/departure in Lusaka on Wednesdays.

The first flight will be on 3 September, departing from AMS on the AMS-JNB (Johannesburg)-LUN (Lusaka) –HRE (Harare)-NBO (Nairobi)-AMS schedule.

Air France KLM Martinair Cargo remains the reference partner for the African continent with leading network possibilities. ( 274 weekly frequencies ; 40 stations )

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The Air France-KLM Group is a global airline group with a strong European base. Its main areas of business are passenger transport, cargo transport and aeronautical maintenance.

AIR FRANCE KLM MARTINAIR Cargo is the Air France KLM Group’s dedicated air cargo business. Our three airlines offer the industry more than 1,100 weekly frequencies to 124 destinations. In 2018, AIR FRANCE KLM MARTINAIR Cargo transported 1.1 million tonnes of cargo. In addition to the Group’s global network of passenger aircraft, we offer cargo main deck capacity on two Boeing 777 Freighters, four Boeing 747-400 Freighters and five Boeing 747-400 Combi aircraft.

Air France Cargo and KLM Cargo and our two main hubs (CDG and AMS) are IATA CEIV certified, providing service excellence to the pharmaceutical industry.

Air France-KLM Cargo is a member of SkyTeam Cargo ( offering an even larger network coverage. Special partnerships include China Southern Cargo, Delta Cargo and Kenya Airways Cargo.

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