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Air France-KLM S.A. primarily provides passenger transportation services on scheduled flights. It operates through Passenger, Cargo, Maintenance, and Other segments. The company also offers freight transport services; and aeronautics maintenance services to other airlines and customers, as well as other air-transport-related activities, such as catering and charter services. In addition, it provides charter flights, as well as operates tours under the Transavia brand name. As of February 19, 2014, the company operated a fleet of 573 aircrafts that serve 253 destinations in 105 countries worldwide. Air France-KLM S.A. was founded in 1919 and is headquartered in Paris, France.

98,800 Employees
Last Reported Date: 10/29/14
Founded in 1919

air france-klm (AFRAF) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Member ...
Total Annual Compensation: €375.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

air france-klm (AFRAF) Key Developments

Air France Appoints Bruno Delile as Executive Vice President Long-Haul Operations

Air France announced that Bruno Delile has been appointed as Executive Vice President long-haul operations, taking effect as from December 15, 2014. He will also sit on Air France's Executive Committee. With over 25 years' experience in the aeronautical industry, Bruno Delile has held several positions in the field of MRO at Air France-KLM.

Air France Pilots Union Agree on Transavia France Development Project

The French National Union of Airline Pilots, SNPL, approved the draft agreement concerning temporary reassignment of Air France (AF) pilots to low-cost carrier Transavia France. AF pilots staged two-week strikes in September to protest the plans of Air France-KLM to assign a major role in their growth strategy to Transavia by setting up a European low-cost unit of the airline. As a result of the pilot strikes, the group abandoned the project and decided to pursue an expansion of Transavia France instead. The agreement enables the accelerated development of Transavia in France over the next five years. The development plan includes making Transavia the leader in low-cost services at Paris-Orly Airport by next summer and the launch of 37 Boeing 737s by 2019 on flights from various French airports, excluding Paris-Charles de 1Gaulle, also on destinations already served by AF. Under the agreement, Transavia will keep its operating and payment conditions, those being essential to meeting its cost and operating flexibility objectives.

Air France and Air Austral Sign a Code Share Agreement

Air France and Air Austral have signed a codeshare agreement to facilitate travel for customers between Europe and the Indian Ocean and vice versa, beyond Paris-Charles de Gaulle and St. Denis de la Reunion. This partnership is in addition to the previous Interline agreement signed in April 2014 between Air France and Air Austral and now offers a wider choice of destinations in the Indian Ocean and Europe. In this way, as from 15 December 2014, Air France will offer customers two new destinations in the Indian Ocean through Saint Denis de la Reunion on flights operated on a codeshare basis with Air Austral: Dzaoudzi (Mayotte) and Moroni (Comoros). Air Austral will offer customers 40 European destinations via Paris-Charles de Gaulle on codeshare flights operated by Air France. Other destinations in Europe and the Indian Ocean should be added in the coming months, subject to approval by the relevant authorities. On these codeshare routes, customers will benefit from a single fare and a single ticket throughout their journey. They can also check in with their baggage from their departure airport to their final destination. In addition, members of the Flying Blue loyalty programs for Air France and Capricorne for Air Austral will now have the opportunity to earn miles or points on all codeshare flights.


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