Air France-KLM and Delta aim for efficiency, profitability through combined transatlantic operations
To help themselves through the global economic downturn, Air France-KLM and Delta Air Lines are strengthening their ties across the Atlantic. The joint venture “is an excellent way of adapting to the crisis,” according to Air France CEO Pierre-Henri Gourgeon. It will improve the participating airlines’ ability to tailor capacity as needed, while maintaining service in all of their markets. The combination of the former Delta/Air France and KLM/Northwest Airlines deals comes at a time ...
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