Air France-KLM Cargo’s den Heijer joins Cargo Facts EMEA
Adriaan den Heijer, executive vice president of Air France-KLM Cargo, will join Cargo Facts EMEA 2024 for the panel discussion “Freighter market turbulence: Taking the temperature of the industry” on Tuesday, Feb. 6, at 9:05 (GMT+1).
The sixth annual Cargo Facts EMEA event takes place Feb. 5-7 at the Hilton Amsterdam, where industry leaders will gather to share their outlook on the air cargo sector in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
View the full event agenda here.
Den Heijer was appointed vice president of Air France-KLM Cargo in 2020 and has more than twenty years of air cargo experience with KLM. He previously served as vice president of pricing and revenue management, managing director at Martinair and as senior vice president of ground services at KLM-Royal Dutch Airlines.
Air France-KLM subsidiary Martinair placed an order for four A350Fs this year to replace KLM’s four 747-400Fs currently in service. The deal added to an order Air France placed for four of the new widebody freighters in 2021.
The Franco-Dutch airline group formed a ten-year partnership with French shipping and logistics company CMA CGM in the second quarter of 2022, which acquired a 9% stake in Air France-KLM as part of the agreement.
Air France-KLM became one of the first operators to increase the use of sustainable aviation fuel to reduce the airline’s carbon emissions footprint.