Air France-KLM

Air France-KLM is a major player in the global air transport industry, with three key areas of business i.e.  passenger transport, cargo transport and aircraft maintenance.

With a fleet size of 522 aircrafts (Air France, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, and Transavia), the group offers connections to over 300 destinations in 120 countries.

The group’s flight operations are centered around 2 prominent European hubs i.e. Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol.

This gives passengers more choice of connections and the ease to combine their journey via both hubs on the same ticket.

Passengers from Sri Lanka can conveniently connect to the Air France – KLM global network across Europe, Americas, Africa via gateways in India and the Middle East.

Flying Blue is the Frequent Flyer Program of Air France – KLM. Founded in 2005, Flying Blue is very popular and a leading frequent flyer program with over 18 million members worldwide!

Members can earn miles during their trips with Air France, KLM, and their partner airlines or when purchasing services from non-airline partners (hotel chains, car rental companies, etc.).  These miles can then be exchanged for flight tickets, in-flight services etc.

Miles earned can also be donated towards charity to select NGOs which are part of the program.

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Sustainable development has been an essential part of Air France-KLM's strategy for about 30 years.

Being one of the responsible players in the industry, the group recognizes the need to significantly reduce their environmental footprint.

This inspired the Air France-KLM Group to introduce its new purpose: “At the forefront of a more responsible European aviation, we unite people for the world of tomorrow.”

Air France – KLM take a science-based approach to environmental transition. This strategy is called Destination Sustainability and focuses on the impact on the environment, people and culture.

The group aims to achieve the following environmental goals:

  •   ·  30% less CO2 emissions per passenger/km by 2030 compared to 2019
  •   ·  Use of 10% SAF (sustainable aviation fuel) worldwide in 2030
  •   ·  Commit towards a net-zero carbon footprint in 2050

Passengers too can make a difference by compensating for the carbon footprint generated by their travel. They can contribute towards the voluntary sustainability initiatives available online.

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