While some European airlines have released results for their staggered financial years, it was actually Icelandair to be the first one to report on its full-year 2020 results on February 9. Like we have done with US airlines, here is a rolling story on the results of...
Air France-KLM has ended the second quarter and first half-year deep in the red. It recorded a EUR -2.612 billion Q2 net loss or EUR -4.413 billion in HY1, the airline group announced on the evening of July 30, 12 hours earlier than expected. KLM confirmed on the 31st...
Air France intends to cut its workforce by 7.580, becoming another airline that has to adapt to the post Covid-19 situation. Earlier, it was expected that up to 8.300 staff had to go, so the announcement on July 3 is little consolation to those effected. The French...
It is not often you see wide-spread support from the staff of an airline for its boss to keep him on his post. But exactly that’s the situation right now around KLM’s president-director Pieter Elbers. A petition to nominate Elbers for a new 5-year term at the helm of...
For the first time, Air France-KLM and associated airlines carried more than 100 million passengers in a year. The airline group concluded 2018 with 101.4m passengers, +2.8% over the previous year, it announced on January 9. Results could have been even better, as...
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