Christmas is a week early for Airbus. In another blow to Boeing after the Letter of Intent earlier today from Qantas for 134 A320neo-family and A220s, tonight it’s KLM that will jump ship. Air France-KLM announced an order for 100 A320neo’s and A321neo’s...
Air France-KLM is getting back to profitability, thanks to what it describes as “a good summer season.” In Q3, the carrier recorded its first operating profit since the start of the Covid-crisis at €72 million, although the net result was still €-191 million. KLM...
KLM is in the final stage of deciding on the order for 160 aircraft for KLM, Dutch Transavia, and Transavia France. “We are in the final ten laps of the race”, said Boet Kreiken, Executive Vice President Customer Experience. AirInsight spoke to him on the sidelines of...
Air France-KLM is slowly returning to profitability. Higher bookings and lasting effects of the restructuring and recapitalization initiatives have produced better results in the second quarter and first six months. More improvements are on their way, but the airline...
The first Airbus A220-300 for Air France has received its full-livery recently at the Airbus Canada factory in Mirabel. The aircraft will now be prepared for her post-assembly test flights before she is delivered to the airline in late September. Air France prepares...
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