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Thessaloniki ‘Now Playing’ on Transavia Flights

Thessaloniki’s tourism hotspots are being promoted to passengers flying on Transavia through a new video playing on flights of the Dutch airline.

Air France Resumes Flights to US, Expands Services to Canada

Air France will resume flights between Paris and the cities of New York, Denver and Dallas, while it will further expand its services to Canada.

KLM Receives ‘World Class Award’ for Safety and Sustainability by APEX

KLM has been awarded with the 2022 World Class Award for its safety and sustainability practices by the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX).

KLM Reopens US Network to European Travelers

KLM has reopened its United States network to European travelers, on condition that they are vaccinated and hold a negative PCR test.

KLM Sees First Quarterly Operating Profit Since Start of Covid-19 Pandemic

KLM closed the third quarter of 2021 with an operating profit, its first since the start of the Covid-19 crisis nineteen months ago.

KLM to Serve More US Destinations this Winter

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will resume service to Las Vegas and Miami in the United States this winter.

Air France-KLM Partners with Sea Chefs Cruises to Develop Sustainable Fuel Industry

The Air France-KLM Group and sea chefs Cruises Ltd. have signed an agreement to invest in the aviation group’s corporate Sustainable Aviation Fuel program.

Air France-KLM Carries Out its First Long-haul Flight Powered By Sustainable Aviation Fuel

The Air France-KLM group has carried out its first long-haul flight powered by Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) produced in France.

Air France to Give Up Some Paris-Orly Slots to Receive €4bn State Aid

Air France has agreed to release up to 18 slots at Paris-Orly airport in order for the EU to approve a €4 billion recapitalization plan by the French government.

Air France Adds Six Greek Destinations to Summer 2021 Flight Program

Air France is adding six Greek destinations to its Summer 2021 flight program due to high demand.

ITB Berlin: Emirates and Air France-KLM Anticipate a Rapid Recovery for Air Travel

The CEOs of Emirates and Air France-KLM discussed at the ITB Berlin NOW Convention when they expect air passenger numbers to recover.

Air France-KLM Expects Challenging First Quarter 2021

Air France – KLM expects a challenging first quarter 2021 due to the lockdown and travel restrictions still in place due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Air France-KLM: Sustainable Aviation Fuel Program for Corporate Customers

Air France - KLM has introduced its corporate customers to its Sustainable Aviation Fuel program, enabling them to play an active role in the future of sustainable travel.

Air France-KLM: Rules for Entry to the Netherlands and France

The Air France-KLM group has released useful information on the Covid-19 health rules that have been announced for entry to the Netherlands and France.

IATA’s Alexandre de Juniac to Step Down

IATA has announced that Alexandre de Juniac will step down from his role as Director General and CEO, effective March 31, 2021.

Air France-KLM and Amadeus Announce NDC Distribution Deal

The Air France-KLM group and Amadeus have signed a NDC distribution deal providing travel agents with access to the airlines' NDC services through the Amadeus Travel Platform.

Air France Launches Paris-Thessaloniki Summer Route

Air France has launched a direct route connecting the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki with Paris in France with three flights per week.

Travelport Extends Private Channel Agreement with Air France KLM

Travelport has announced the extension of its private channel agreement with the Air France KLM group.

KLM Secures Loans of €3.4bn to Overcome Covid-19 Crisis

KLM is to receive a 3.4-billion-euro support package, backed by the Dutch State, to "weather the current COVID-19 crisis and prepare for the future".

Air France Group Repatriates More than 270,000 Passengers

Air France and Transavia have operated more than 1,800 flights from 132 airports, enabling the repatriation of more than 270,000 passengers since March 14.