AIR FRANCE-KLM Group in Ukraine
Air France-KLM: Europe's Leading Airline Group
Since May 2004 Air France and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines have become the largest European airline group. Each airline has retained its individual identity, trade name and brand in passenger service, cargo transport and engineering & maintenance.
Air France and KLM carry over 65 million passengers per year. They operate more than 554 aircraft enabling them to fly to 316 destinations worldwide with 2,370 daily flights. The two airlines' world networks can be combined, forming a vast network organised around the two major hubs of Amsterdam-Schiphol and Paris-CDG. Members of the joint Air France and KLM frequent flyer programme Flying Blue earn Miles and claim rewards on both airlines' routes.
Air France and KLM are members of the SkyTeam alliance.
Together, the two airlines have over 102.000 employees.
In 2005, "Air Transport World" magazine rewarded Air France KLM the prestigious Airline of the Year award.
Since 2005, Air France-KLM is the only airline group to be included in the main sustainability indices, namely the Dow Jones Sustainability Index, the FTSE4Good and ASPI indices. This is ample evidence of the Group's desire to achieve the best possible balance between economic growth, social values and environmental improvements.
In Ukraine Air France-KLM fully merged on April 1, 2007. Two independent offices now propose joint services to the passengers and full combinability of flights and fares of both companies.
The priority for the Group is to draw on existing synergies between Air France and KLM. Air France-KLM has established a set of clearly defined commitments to ensure that its strategy of profitable growth goes hand in hand with environmental quality and social progress.