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Air France KLM Martinair Cargo and China Cargo Airways are happy to hiss the signing of a brand unique exhausting block rental agreement, marking a indispensable step ahead in their partnership.

This agreement, which takes carry out on 1 July 2024, will allow China Cargo Airways to utilise Air France’s belly capability for shipments from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) to São Paulo Guarulhos Airport (GRU).


The partnership between these two SkyTeam Cargo contributors underscores their commitment to optimising cargo operations and offering seamless, reliable services and products to possibilities.

This unique agreement builds on a decade-long collaboration between Air France KLM and the China Eastern Team, which started with an interline agreement and evolved into joint facing operations at Shanghai Pudong Airport (PVG), where Air France KLM is handled by China Cargo Airways. The success of these initiatives has laid a solid foundation for the unique block rental agreement.

“This unique step signifies a deeper partnership and highlights our shared commitment to bettering our differ of services and products,” stated Adriaan de Heijer, Government Vice President of Air France KLM Cargo.


“By capitalising on our in depth networks, we are able to present even better benefits to our possibilities. I no longer sleep for the synergies we are able to generate together.” Wang Jianmin, President of China Cargo Airways, echoed these sentiments, declaring: “Within the face of accelerating challenges in the air cargo market, we are dedicated to constructing stronger and deeper partnerships. This step with Air France KLM Martinair Cargo is a indispensable cross in direction of increasing our aviation community and bettering our air logistics market. Collectively, we are able to present protected and efficient services and products to global possibilities.”

Both firms behold this agreement as a indispensable improvement to better abet the worldwide cargo market, leveraging their complementary networks to offer enhanced services and products and explore unique opportunities in air cargo transportation.

Jason Heien