Ousting Pierre-Henri Gourgeon as CEO of Air France-KLM was the easy part; now the airline group's reshuffled management team will have to decide on quick steps to reset its troubled financial course. In many respects, Air France-KLM's problems are no different than those faced by Europe's other network carriers. What sets it apart—and makes its position more precarious—is that its rivals International Airlines Group (IAG) and Lufthansa are managing much better in the current economic ...


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