KLM, Philips Set Up China-Europe Cargo Air Bridge

KLM plans to launch its new cargo air bridge April 13 and maintain it for the subsequent six to eight weeks.
Credit: KLM Twitter
Dutch flag-carrier KLM is combining with the Netherlands government and health technology conglomerate Royal Philips in creating a “cargo air bridge” for essential medical supplies from China to Europe. The airline is delaying the planned retirement of two of its Boeing 747s for several weeks to...
Alan Dron

Based in London, Alan is Europe & Middle East correspondent at Air Transport World.

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