Kenya Airways 747-400F. Courtesy, KQ Kenya Airways (KQ) and KLM have jointly launched a 2X-weekly Boeing 747-400F Amsterdam (AMS)-Guangzhou (CAN)-Sharjah-Nairobi (NBO)-Lagos-NBO-AMS freighter service. The new service, which marks KQ’s entry into the dedicated freighter segment, is an extension of an existing joint venture between KQ and KLM. The aircraft is owned by Martinair, a subsidiary of KLM. KQ said it plans to introduce 12 freighters into its fleet over the next 10 ...

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