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Air France-KLM enters into exclusive discussions with Apollo for a 500 million euros capital injection into an affiliate owning spare engines

Air France-KLM issued this statement:

Following announcement of the second step of equity strengthening measures at the Full Year 2021 results presentation, Air France-KLM announces that it has entered into exclusive discussions with Apollo Global Management regarding the injection of 500 million euros of capital to an operating affiliate of Air France, owning of a pool of spare engines of Air France dedicated to its Engeneering and Maintenance Activity.

The proceeds of the transaction would enable Air France-KLM and Air France to partially redeem the French State perpetual bonds, in accordance with the European Commission’s “Temporary Framework for State aid measures to support the economy in the current Covid-19 outbreak”, as well as facilitate the financing of future spare engine acquisitions under Air France’s fleet renewal program.

The structure will incur no change on operational and social aspects. Therefore, there will be no change in the way to use the spare engines, and no impact on Air France or Air France-KLM employees contracts.

The capital injected would be accounted as equity under IFRS, hence strengthening Air France-KLM’s and Air France’s balance sheet.

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CMA CGM Group and Air France-KLM Group announced a long-term strategic partnership in the air cargo market

CMA CGM Group has made this announcement:

  • Industrial cooperation combines Air France-KLM’s air transport experience and know-how with CMA CGM’s global supply chain expertise and assets;
  • CMA CGM and Air France-KLM to jointly sell their air freight capacity, providing customers with more options for their transportation needs;
  • CMA CGM to become a reference shareholder in Air France-KLM.

The CMA CGM Group and Air France-KLM Group today announced that they have signed a long-term strategic partnership in the air cargo market[1]. This exclusive partnership will see both parties combine their complementary cargo networks, full freighter capacity and dedicated services in order to build an even more competitive offer thanks to the unrivalled know-how and global footprint of Air France-KLM and CMA CGM.

A 10-year exclusive strategic commercial partnership to strengthen their air cargo offering

CMA CGM and Air France-KLM share a strong ambition to invest and grow sustainably in the air freight business.

The agreement will have an initial duration of 10  years. Air France-KLM and CMA CGM will  join and exclusively operate the full-freighter aircraft capacity of the respective airlines consisting initially of a fleet of 10 full-freighter aircraft, and an additional combined 12 aircraft on order:

  • 4 full-freighter aircraft at CMA CGM Air Cargo (with outstanding orders for an additional 8 aircraft, 2 of which may be operated by Air France-KLM in the future),
  • 6 full-freighter aircraft at Air France-KLM Group based at Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (with outstanding orders for an additional 4 aircraft)[2].

This new commercial partnership also covers Air France-KLM’s belly aircraft capacity, including over 160 long-haul aircraft.

The partnership will leverage both partners’ respective global sales teams, presenting one voice to the customer.

The strategic commercial partnership is expected to generate significant revenue synergies including the joint design of the full freighter networks and enhanced products and services mix opportunities. It will help meet customers’ ever-increasing need for more integrated and resilient supply chains and will leverage Air France-KLM’s vast existing franchise, experience and capabilities in air freight, backed by a global cargo network. CMA CGM will mobilize its large commercial network and global logistics platform and will complete this offer with innovative logistics and multimodal solutions, particularly in sea and land transport.

CMA CGM Group to become a reference shareholder of Air France-KLM Group

As part of this long-term exclusive partnership, CMA CGM will reinforce its commitment in the air freight industry by becoming a new reference shareholder in Air France-KLM. CMA CGM has the firm intention to take up to 9% of Air France-KLM’s ex-post share capital, for a period consistent with the implementation of the strategic commercial partnership.

This investment could be made as part of the contemplated capital increase of Air France-KLM, as announced on February 17th, 2022[3]. Air France-KLM’s main shareholders will support a resolution for the appointment of one board member representing CMA CGM at the next shareholders’ meeting (May 24th, 2022). Such appointment, if approved by the shareholders’ meeting, would be subject to the completion of CMA CGM’s investment.

Air France-KLM and CMA CGM: two global players with European roots and strong sustainability commitments

CMA CGM and Air France-KLM are leaders in the transportation and logistics industry. They share an ambition to increase the sustainability and have both committed to Net Zero Carbon by 2050.

CMA CGM accelerates its strategic transformation into a global logistics leader

  • With this industrial cooperation, the CMA CGM Group is moving forward with its plan to develop and provide end-to-end shipping and logistics solutions in order to support its customers’ supply chains. The Group announced, during the last three years, the acquisitions of CEVA Logistics, Ingram Micro’s Commerce & Lifecycle Services (CLS), Colis Privé and GEFCO. With these operations, CMA CGM have accelerated its strategic development into a global logistics leader.
  • In March 2021, Rodolphe Saadé, Chairman and CEO of the CMA CGM Group, created CMA CGM Air Cargo, a whole new operational and commercial arm specialized in air freight. CMA CGM Air Cargo provides the Group’s customers with an offering that harnesses the tight fit between shipping and logistics. This air cargo division has been expanding rapidly, thanks in particular to the entry into service of several full-freighter aircraft, and orders for new aircraft which will significantly boost the capacity in the months and years to come.
  • The CMA CGM Group, a global leader in sea, land, air and logistics solutions, is present in 160 countries through its network of more than 400 offices and 750 warehouses. With its subsidiary CEVA Logistics, a world leader in logistics, which transports 400,000 tons of air freight and 2.8 million tons of land freight each year, and its air freight division CMA CGM Air Cargo, the CMA CGM Group is continually innovating to offer its customers a complete and increasingly efficient range of new shipping, land, air and logistics solutions.

Air France-KLM is one of the leading airline groups in the field of airfreight

  • It carries an extensive Full Freighter and Wide Body Belly (WBB) aircraft network built around two global hubs at Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, both fitted with state-of-the-art cargo facilities and serving 295 destinations across 110 countries.
  • Air France-KLM has teams present in 116 stations covering a total network of 390 handling stations spread over all continents, making its commercial network one of the strongest in the airfreight industry. Air France-KLM has a long-standing experience and know-how in the field of specialized cargo (pharmaceuticals, perishables, express, etc.) and has developed one of the most advanced digital service solutions in the air freight industry.
  • Air France-KLM runs a unique and industry-leading digital distribution platform where customers can make bookings and manage their business 24/7.  It also leads the way in the field of sustainability, having introduced the Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) Program in December 2021.


[1] This deal remains subject to approval by the relevant regulators and consultation of employee representatives.

[2] Operated by Air France, KLM and Martinair.

[3] The launch of this potential capital increase remains subject to market conditions and necessary legal and regulatory approvals.

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Air France takes off for Quebec City

Air France on May 17 launched its new nonstop service between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Quebec City.

This new destination is Air France’s fourth in Canada after Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. It will support Quebec City’s economic and tourism activities and connect the region’s residents to Paris and to Air France’s global network of close to 200 destinations on all continents.

Air France will operate three weekly flights between Quebec City (YQB) and Paris (CDG) on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays until October 27, 2022.

Flight schedules:

• AF352 Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Quebec City.  Leaves at 13:25 and arrives at 14:55 the same day.
• AF353 Quebec City to Paris-Charles de Gaulle.  Leaves at 17:00 and arrives at 5:45 the following day.

This new direct service is in addition to the daily Air France bus service linking Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau airport to Quebec City, which is accessible free of charge to all customers connecting from an Air France flight.

Flights are operated by Airbus A330-200 equipped with the new travel cabins and a Wi-Fi connection available throughout the flight. This aircraft offers:

  • In the Business cabin: a seat that transforms into a fully flat, 2 metre-long bed.
  • In the Premium Economy cabin: a fixed shell seat that reclines to 130° and which offers one of the widest seats on the market as well as lumbar support.
  • In the Economy cabin: a seat which reclines to 118° with ergonomic seat foam.

All seats are equipped with Air France’s latest-generation entertainment system, offering more than 1,000 hours of films, series and other programmes on large HD touch screens. Individual USB sockets are also available to allow passengers to recharge their electronic devices.

Quebec City, a fortified jewel on the banks of the St. Lawrence River  

Quebec City is the capital of the Canadian province of the same name. Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985, its historic centre – Old Quebec – is the only fortified city in North America.

Once the gateway to New France, Quebec City is now a buoyant city where festivals and major cultural events take place throughout the year. The exceptional natural parks in its region and in the east of the province are opportunities to discover the beauty of Quebec’s great outdoors.

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Air France-KLM and IndiGo codeshare takes off

Air France-KLM released this statement:


Further to the lifting of the Air Bubble Agreement in India and to the necessary governmental approval, Air France-KLM and IndiGo, India’s leading carrier, have implemented the extensive codeshare agreement announced in December 2021.

With this partnership, Air France and KLM will ultimately offer their customers access to 30 new Indian destinations and a large number of round-trip combinations for both business and leisure purposes.

Customers will be able to fly to the destination of their choice with one single booking. Flying Blue members will also be able to earn miles on all routes covered by this agreement.

On departure from their respective hubs in Paris and Amsterdam, Air France and KLM already serve four destinations in India: Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Bengaluru.

On departure from the multiple points in India, Air France and KLM will open up their global network of over 300 destinations to IndiGo customers, with more than 120 destinations in Europe and about 50 in the Americas.

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Air France presents its new brand video, unveils its new business class seat

Air France made this announcement:

As part of its move upmarket, Air France is today unveiling a new brand video embodying its ambition to offer its customers the best of France and take elegance to new heights.

This video tells the story of an ascent, that of a bubbly, strong-willed woman, an elegant allegory to the airline. Wearing a red dress with an interminable train, she slowly climbs the Eiffel Tower, the iconic symbol of France the world over.

We see the heroine ascending the metal structure, dashing up its many staircases with grace and ease. A consecutive sequence of scenes, each in turn symbolizing the company’s many special qualities, evoke the airline’s universal art of hospitality, offer of French haute cuisine on board its flights and the special attention given to its younger travellers throughout the trip.

At the top of the tower, she crosses an imaginary and enchanting sea of clouds, evoking the special timeless moment that can only be experienced on board a plane. Her long train then ascends above the illuminated tower before metamorphosing into the red accent, the company’s brand symbol embodying its excellence and expertise.

Elegance is a journey. Air France.

The video ends by revealing the company’s new advertising signature – “Elegance is a journey. Air France.” This signature embodies the values of Air France, its style, as well as its attention to others and to the planet.

The featured music is inspired by the iconic song “The windmills of your mind” by Michel Legrand, performed by French singer-songwriter Juliette Armanet. More than a simple cover version, this new version has been reorchestrated for Air France. This gentle and powerful song embodies French elegance with emotion.

A hymn to elegance

With this new brand video, the company once again breaks free from the codes traditionally used in the airline industry. The video evokes the French art de vivre that its customers around the world can enjoy day after day.

A certain “je ne sais quoi” that the world associates with France is illustrated in Air France’s expertise and art of travel. These precious values take elegance and refinement to new heights. With menus created by renowned French chefs, lounges imagined by world-renowned designers and architects, uniforms created by exceptional couturiers, and complimentary Champagne in all the cabins, Air France is raising the profile of French-style excellence around the world. For the airline, in addition to the expertise it offers, it also constantly strives to provide its customers with the most environmentally responsible travel experience possible.

Created by Aura by Omnicom, this video will be shown on TV and cinema screens and online from May 11, 2022 on 5 of Air France’s strategic international markets – USA, Canada, Brazil, Italy and Germany. In France, the video will be broadcast in a fully digital format. The campaign also features video clips promoting Paris as a destination, the company’s commitments to more responsible air travel, French fine dining, its Skytrax* awards, its Flying Blue frequent flyer programme and its La Première service.

Air France wishes to thank the Eiffel Tower Operating Company for its hospitality and the Paris Region Tourist Board for its support.

*Skytrax, international air transport rating agency.

In other news, Air France also made this announcement:

Air France is pursuing its move upmarket and is today unveiling its new long-haul Business seat, elegantly reasserting the French-style art of travel. Constantly evolving to offer the highest level of comfort, the airline’s completely redesigned iconic seat features even more enveloping curves and extra comfort.

This seat’s design is based on the 3 “F”s – Full Flat, meaning that the seat transforms into a real bed almost two metres long, Full Access, providing all passengers direct access to the aisle, and Full Privacy, ensuring optimal privacy. A new sliding door allows passengers to create a totally private space, out of sight from the other passengers in the cabin. To create a greater sense of privacy for passengers travelling together, the seats located in the centre of the cabin are now equipped with a central panel that can be lowered by pressing it down, thus creating a convivial space in which to make the most of the flight together. The seat also features a wide 17.3-inch 4K High-Definition anti-glare screen with a noise-reducing headset, a new Bluetooth connection allowing passengers to use their own headphones and several electric sockets.

As you board the aircraft, you are greeted by a backlit winged seahorse, embodying the company’s founding myth and rich history. The seat’s padding adds softness and a feeling of cosiness. Wool, brushed aluminium, full-grain French leather are the noble, soft and natural materials chosen by Air France for the manufacture of its seats. Each seat is also embroidered with the company’s trademark red accent.

Air France is thus introducing a new standard in this travel cabin. Progressively rolled out on 12 Boeing 777-300s as from September 2022, each aircraft will be equipped with 48 seats in Business class.

The company is also installing its latest Premium Economy (48 seats) and Economy (273 seats) seats on board these aircraft for optimum comfort. Each cabin is elegantly decorated in the brand’s signature colours: navy blue, white for light and contrast, and hints of red.

Named “Fontainebleau”, the first aircraft equipped with these new cabins and a WiFi connection will fly to New York-JFK this autumn.

Premium Economy and Economy, for optimal well-being

In the Premium Economy cabin, Air France is introducing its latest recliner-type seat model already available on its Airbus A350, while further improving its comfort. Each seat offers 96 cm legroom. The seat cushions have been redesigned and the navy blue herringbone fabric adds further softness. The seat back reclines to 124 degrees and has been widened to provide greater privacy. A new noise-reducing audio headset is integrated into the seat and is easy to use at any time during the flight. The seat also features USB A and C ports.

In the Economy cabin, the  seats also meet the highest standards of comfort on the market. Each seat has a wide 43 cm seat pan, a 119 degree recline and 79 cm of legroom. The backrest is ergonomically designed, offering reinforced lateral support. It is also equipped with a USB A port.

The seats in these two cabins are equipped with a wide 13.3-inch 4K High-Definition screen with Bluetooth connection, ideal for enjoying over 1,000 hours of on-demand entertainment.

A more responsible catering offer

As a delectable interlude during the flight, Air France is committed to offering all its long-haul customers on flights departing from Paris a responsible dining offer with nutritrious French produce. In the Business cabin, France’s leading Michelin-starred chefs take turns to propose a selection of vegetarian dishes as well as refined meat, poultry and fish dishes. In Premium Economy, customers now enjoy a dedicated meal. In the Premium Economy and Economy cabins, the meals are systematically Nutri-Score A or B-certified.

By the end of 2022, on all flights departing from Paris, the company is committed to offering in all its cabins meat, dairy products and eggs of French origin, fish from sustainable fisheries, the systematic choice of a vegetarian dish and meals that are fully prepared in France. The company will also offer kids and babies’ menus made from fully-organic ingredients.

In addition, in its fight against food waste, Air France is also progressively introducing the option for customers to pre-select their hot dish in Business class prior to departure. This service combines the guarantee of customer choice and a more rational consumption. The company is also committed to recycling and eliminating 90% of single-use plastic items on board its aircraft by the beginning of 2023. To achieve this objective, Air France is continuing to develop eco-designed in-flight items that are manufactured from bio-based materials such as bagasse and celullose. Finally, items that can no longer be used on board are donated to charities.

Sustainable catering is part of Air France’s roadmap promoting more responsible travel. The company’s initiatives are grouped together under the the Air France ACT label.

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Air France introduces a new comfort kit

Repainted in updated livery

Air France made this announcement:

Air France is offering a new comfort kit to each of its La Première customers. Inspired by a writing set, this elegant and timeless gift box is available in two colours that are characteristic of this prestigious travel suite – Air France red and pearl grey. The topstitching and embossed winged seahorse emblem, the company’s historic symbol, are a discreet nod to the designer codes of the La Première suites.

To create this kit, Air France has teamed up with the French beauty brand Sisley, already present in the company’s La Première lounge, to offer guests a genuine moment of well-being during the flight. Intended as a customized and tailor-made offer for guests, the kit encloses a range of five products carefully selected by the pioneering phyto-cosmetology company to offer a choice of two beauty care rituals –

• an anti-age replenishing beauty care ritual;
• an anti-age moisturising beauty care ritual.

The kit contains the following beauty products (sample size) –

  • A black rose cream mask;
  • A hydrating booster serum;
  • An anti-age hydration booster moisturising serum;
  • A black rose water balm;
  • An All day, All year anti-age day cream.

This kit also containing a La Première pen, a wooden comb, earplugs and a night mask can be taken home after the flight.

Air France La Première, a designer travel experience

On departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle, the La Première cabin is available on flights to New York-JFK, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Miami, Washington-DC (USA), Mexico City (Mexico), Abidjan (Côte d’Ivoire), Johannesburg (South Africa), Dubai (United Arab Emirates) and Sao Paulo (Brazil).

With La Première, Air France provides a unique and tailored travel experience for customers attentive to the smallest details. As soon as they arrive at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, La Première guests are welcomed in a dedicated lounge. Designed by the architect Didier Lefort, the lounge features a new Sisley beauty care centre. The La Première Sisley beauty institute offers customers Sisley’s extensive expertise in a range of beauty treatments that can be adapted in line with the amount of time customers have available in the lounge. Each of our La Première customers receives a complimentary 30-minute beauty care ritual from four express botanical face treatments. Our lounge guests also have access to a range of complementary facial and body treatments lasting from one to one and a half hours. This range includes a treatment exclusively developed by Sisley for Air France – La Première anti jet-lag treatment. A genuine moment of pleasure and well-being celebrating the French art of travel.

On board the Boeing 777-300, each La Première suite has a wide seat that transforms into a horizontal bed more than two metres long, providing optimum relaxation. With Michelin-starred menus signed by Anne-Sophie Pic, a carefully selected wine and champagne list, a wide choice of entertainment on high-definition screens and attentive service, all guests travel in optimum conditions of comfort.

Top Copyright Photo: Air France Cargo Boeing 777-F28 F-GUOB (msn 32965) CDG (Manuel Negrerie). Image: 957424.

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Air France confirms order for four Airbus A350F freighters

Air France-KLM has finalized its order with Airbus for four new generation A350F freighters, following the earlier commitment announced in December 2021. The freighters are destined to  increase Air France’s cargo capacity with the most efficient and sustainable cargo aircraft available in the market.

The A350F is based on the world’s most modern long range leader, the A350. The aircraft will feature a large main deck cargo door and a fuselage length optimized for cargo operations. Over 70% of the airframe is made of advanced materials resulting in a 30 tonnes lighter take-off weight, which together with efficient Rolls-Royce engines generate an advantage of at least 20% lower fuel burn and CO2 over its current closest competitor. With a 109 tonnes payload capability (+3t payload / 11% more volume than its competition), the A350F serves all cargo markets (Express, general cargo, special cargo…) and is in the large freighter category the only new generation freighter aircraft ready for the enhanced ICAO CO₂ emissions standards.

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Air France to serve close to 200 destinations in summer 2022


Air France has finalized its 2022 summer schedule:

Air France suspends its flights to Kyiv

Air France suspended its flight to Kyiv, Ukraine starting today.

Air France to reopen its Paris Orly – New York JFK, Paris CDG – Dallas/Fort Worth and CDG – Denver routes

Air France Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner F-HRBF (msn 42488) JFK (Fred Freketic). Image: 956683.

Air France has made this announcement:

  • Resumption of flights between Paris-Orly and New York-JFK, and between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Dallas/Fort Worth
  • Resumption of seasonal service to Denver (Colorado) initially launched in summer 2021
  • 14 destinations served in summer 2022 with close to 200 weekly flights, 20% more than during summer 2019

Since the reopening of US borders in November 2021, Air France has been gradually increasing its service to the United States, the airline’s leading long-haul destination in terms of seat capacity.

Air France currently serves 11 US destinations (Atlanta, Boston, Chicago (O’Hare), Detroit, Houston (Bush Intercontinental), Los Angeles, Miami, New York-JFK, Seattle/Tacoma, San Francisco and Washington (Dulles)), with capacity between France and the United States corresponding to 90% of 2019 levels.

For the summer 2022 season (April – October), Air France plans to continue to increase capacity on US routes. As of 27 March 2022, the company will resume flights between Paris-Orly and New York JFK, with 1 daily flight. New York will thus be served by two Paris airports; Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Air France’s international hub, and Paris-Orly, with a total of up to 7 daily flights.

On the same day, the airline will resume flights from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Dallas/Fort Worth (Texas), with up to 5 weekly flights.

Finally on May 4, 2022, Air France will start operating a seasonal service between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Denver (Colorado) for the second year running, with 3 weekly flights operated.

Air France will therefore serve 14 destinations in the United States on departure from Paris this summer – Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis/St. Paul, New York JFK, San Francisco, Seattle/Tacoma and Washington D.C, with close to 200 weekly flights, 20% more than during summer 2019.

Frequencies, operating days, flight schedules and fares can be consulted on airfrance.com.

This flight schedule is subject to change according to travel restrictions.



“Ready To Fly” service now available on all flights to and from the US

In July 2021, Air France launched “Ready To Fly”, a free and optional service allowing customers to request and receive confirmation that they have all the health documents required for their trip before going to the airport. This service provides customers greater peace of mind and a smoother boarding process, by avoiding multiple checks on the day of departure.

Popular with customers, Ready To Fly is being progressively deployed throughout the Air France network. It is currently available on more than 140 routes on departure from 80 airports, representing more than 600 daily flights including all flights to and from the United States.

Top Copyright Photo: Air France Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner F-HRBF (msn 42488) JFK (Fred Freketic). Image: 956683.

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