With no slots, Kalitta Air may be forced to end 15-year residency at Schiphol

September 11, 2019 Alex Lennane

Kalitta Air may find itself with no slots at Schiphol from the end of October, ending 15 years of operations at the airport. 
The cargo carrier claims the enhanced joint venture between Air France-KLM, Delta and Virgin Atlantic means the domination of Sky Team airlines will add to restrictions at the already-slot constrained Dutch airport.
It has filed a formal objection to the US Department of Transport. 
Kalitta Air complained to the US authorities ...

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