Netherlands flag carrier, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM), plans to increase the frequency of its cargo flights between Harare – Amsterdam to four by end of month, according to the country’s envoy. Barbara van Hellemond said the move – which is anticipated to increase trade between Zimbabwe and the Netherlands – was going to see KLM transporting horticultural cargo between the two countries. “@KLMCargo, now 4 times a week in Harare #Zimbabwe Let’s hope trade between the Netherlands and Zimbabwe will grow and @klm will fly daily between Harare and Amsterdam ⁦@NLinZimbabwe⁩ ⁦@euinzim⁩ ⁦@ZimTradeAlerts,” the Dutch envoy said at the weekend on her twitter handle. The Dutch carrier discontinued direct passenger flights from Amsterdam to Harare in October 2014. KLM…