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Mon Jan 29, 2001 12:30 am

From a trustworthy source........
All 6 of Martinair's MD11 combies and 3 747c's will be flying this summer as full time freighters for the KLM. and will form a unit with the 2 blue 747- 300 freighters....
Thus enhancing income which would be lost with passenger transport. Martinair will be slimmed down to the small 767 fleet (6) and (1) 757 in the charter travel.
Anybody know anymore????????????????????

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RE: Klm/martinair

Mon Jan 29, 2001 2:37 am

Ah yes, KLM and Martinair are good partners, since Martinair's Cargo isn't doing good, KLM will take them over for KLM Cargo. Because Martinair's 747's are old, back to around 1988, and aren't doing good. Martinair still has 767-300's and a 757. Martinair doesn't have a daily to every destination that they serve. So those planes are good enough.

KLM747  Big grin

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