Air France is investing heavily in upgrading the onboard product and service of its widebody fleet.
Air France and KLM concluded their merger exactly 10 years ago, setting the model for consolidation of flag carriers in Europe. The tie-up was a financial success initially: The Franco-Dutch group became the world’s largest airline group in terms of revenue and moved into the elite league of the world’s most profitable airlines. But its story since shows that consolidation is far from solving legacy carriers’ problems. The giant group’s fortunes turned and, in ...
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