Air France-KLM-Martinair Cargo launches Abu Dhabi route

Airline will operate two weekly 747 full freighters through Abu Dhabi.
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Air France-KLM-Martinair Cargo operated its first flight to Abu Dhabi International Airport this week.

The flight, which landed on June 14, was the first of two weekly 747 full freighter frequencies as an intermediate stop on the India and Asia routes.

The airline currently operates a daily A330 passenger service with belly capacity between Amsterdam and Abu Dhabi, and a second daily passenger service is operated by codeshare partner Etihad Airways. The 747F has a capacity of 117 tonnes.

Air France-KLM-Martinair Cargo has inaugurated this new route which will enable their customers to have smooth access to many connecting destinations within the network of its partner Etihad, offering new possibilities to countries such as Australia, India and more access options to existing destinations.

The operator also recently announced that it will move its regional hub from Sharjah International Airport to Dubai World Central.

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