Air France Airlines

Founded 7 October, 1933, Soci?t? Air France is one of the largest airlines in the world. Charles Charles De Gaulle Airport is its main hub, and is also based in Paris, France. Air France has FLYING BLUE as the airline frequent flyer rewards program. Air France is a SkyTeam member and it's slogan is "Making the sky the best place on Earth.".

On 30 September, 2003, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Soci?t? Air France merged.

As the airline works to cut cost in the face of a growing recession AIR FRANCE-KLM and Singapore Airlines are considering postponing receipt of previously ordered aircraft (as of 16 February,2009). Air France has 408 aircraft including regional and subsidiary assets.

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Air France and Egypt Air: Almost crashed over Belgium - Intelligent ... - Intelligent Aerospace
An Egypt Air flight from Ostend heading to Cologne, and an Air France jet packed with passengers heading towards Amsterdam almost ended in a possible ...
Midair smash involving French passenger jet narrowly avoided on ... - Mirage News
A midair collision was narrowly avoided near the Belgian city of Ghent on New Year's Day when two planes came close to colliding, according to local media ...
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@BenAffleck Air France is solvent and mostly liquidated. No one knows who is operating the airline or the counters again from 1998.
Air France launches B787 flights to Cairo - Trade Arabia
Air France has inaugurated its Boeing 787's first commercial flight to Cairo, allowing passengers to travel to the Egyptian capital on board the new aircraft up to six times a week. Equipped with the latest new travel cabins, the Boeing 787 has 30 ...
Bijna crash Airbus Air France met Airbus EgyptAir boven Gent, 'Gent aan ramp ... - ThePostOnline
Een verkeersvliegtuig van Air France is op weg naar Amsterdam op de eerste dag van het jaar boven de Belgische stad Gent bijna in botsing gekomen met een Egyptisch vrachtvliegtuig. Belgische media meldden zaterdag dat de twee toestellen elkaar vooral ...
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Flight #AF185 (Air France) to Paris departed at 23:22.
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RT @TapiwaMunjoma: Kit arrived in Gabon but by yesterday it was still in Libreville, 800km away from the Warriors base in Franceville. Air…
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@BenAffleck Air France is now maintained by Societe Generale again in full legal notations. It's not a civil airline as was France origin.
EgyptAir flight may have been brought down by pilot's iPhone claim French investigators - Daily Mail
France is currently conducting both judicial and civil inquiries into last year's crash, which killed all 66 people on the overnight flight from Paris to Cairo. Since their recovery, recordings from the plane's black boxes suggest that it broke up in ...
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