To meet the strong market demand, Air France will serve Cape Town throughout the summer 2017 season from Paris-Charles de Gaulle with three weekly flights operated by Airbus A330 and Boeing 777, equipped with the latest travel cabins in Business, Premium Economy and Economy.
Air France has confirmed job cuts as part of a restructuring plan dubbed "Perform 2020" that also includes a 10 percent reduction in its long-haul capacity and routes to India and south-east Asia being cut in 2017.
For the eleventh consecutive year, the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), the main international index evaluating companies on their performance in terms of corporate social responsibility (CSR), has ranked Air France-KLM leader in the “Airlines” category.
With quick and easy access through the airport, new leather seats on board the aircraft, new gourmet attentions and a more flexible option for business customers, Air France aims to win the medium-haul battle on flights to and from Paris-Charles de Gaulle.
Since launching its ground-breaking Travelport Merchandising Platform exactly one year ago to the day at the CAPA Airline Summit in Dublin, today, 10 April, Travelport outlined the significant progress it has made since launch.
Travelport recently announced that European low cost carriers, Jet2.com and Norwegian, are the latest participants in the aggregated shopping component of its recently launched Travelport Merchandising Platform.