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Old May 20th, 2009, 03:08 PM   #181
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Air France-KLM, Delta trans-Atlantic joint venture to have estimated sales of $12B
20 May 2009
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Delta Air Lines Inc., Air France and KLM signed a deal Wednesday to combine two separate joint venture agreements into one to create a more integrated trans-Atlantic powerhouse that they said will generate $12 billion in annual revenue.

The airlines said they will share costs and revenues, as well as coordinate branding at airports and global advertising.

Air France-KLM Group and Delta also will share governance of the joint venture. An executive committee consisting of the three CEOs and a management committee comprising representatives from the three carriers will work together on strategy.

The joint venture represents approximately 25 percent of total trans-Atlantic capacity.

The cooperation agreement between Europe's largest airline and the world's largest airline operator will mean together the carriers will operate more than 200 trans-Atlantic flights and offer about 50,000 seats per day.

The joint venture also covers all the airlines' flights between North America and Europe, between Amsterdam and India, and between North America and Tahiti, the companies said.

The joint venture will not lead to the creation of a subsidiary, the airlines said at a news conference in Paris that was broadcast on the Internet.

No new routes were announced beyond what the two previous agreements provided for separately.

Delta chief executive Richard Anderson called the joint venture agreement "unprecedented."

KLM signed a joint venture agreement with Northwest Airlines in 1997, while Air France and Delta signed a joint venture agreement in 2007. Following Atlanta-based Delta's acquisition of Northwest in October 2008, the carriers decided to work on forming a single joint venture.

Alliances between U.S. and foreign carriers are not new. They allow the carriers to offer more options to passengers, while allowing the carriers to share revenues and costs.

There's a pending bid by American Airlines and British Airways to cooperate on trans-Atlantic flights without fear of breaking antitrust laws. Regulators are looking at the issue. American and BA have been thwarted twice before in seeking closer ties, but their prospects appear brighter this time because of changes in the airline industry over the past several years.

American and its partners in an alliance called oneworld argue that they should get antitrust immunity because two competing alliances already have it -- Star (Lufthansa, United, and beginning this fall, Continental) and SkyTeam (Delta, Air France-KLM).

American also notes that the U.S. and Europe have signed an open-skies treaty, increasing competition at Heathrow, since its last failed effort to work more closely with BA.

The Delta-Air France-KLM joint venture is structured around six main hubs: Amsterdam, Atlanta, Detroit, Minneapolis, New York-JFK and Paris-CDG, together with Cincinnati; Lyon, France; Memphis, Tenn., and Salt Lake City.

The joint venture has no predefined end date, but can be canceled with a three-year notice after an initial 10-year term, the companies said.

Air France-KLM shares rose as high as 13 percent in early trading on the Paris stock exchange Wednesday after annual earnings results late Tuesday showed progress on cost-cutting. They showed that lower staff costs and marketing expenses helped it achieve a smaller-than-expected operating loss.

The airline also announced plans to cut its work force and reduce its investment plans.
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Old May 20th, 2009, 07:51 PM   #182
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too many cooks spoil the broth....in the same way multiple hubs just complicate things!!! of course if the aim is to become the largest alliance in the world and bully passengers (by forcing them to pay high fares and a "nominal" fee to attend to the call of nature) and eliminate competition then this system works fine!!
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Old May 28th, 2009, 09:19 PM   #183
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VLM becomes CityJet

The brand of the Flemish airline VLM is to disappear. From next year onwards VLM planes will bear the CityJet livery.

VLM intends to cooperate closely with the Irish operator CityJet. Both airlines are subsidiaries Franco-Dutch group Air France - KLM. VLM operates services from Brussels and Antwerp airports, but has London City Airport as its hub.
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Old June 12th, 2009, 02:32 AM   #184
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KLM IS VERY EXPENSIVE , A TICKET FROM LIMA TO AMSTERDAM COST $1600
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Old June 12th, 2009, 04:13 AM   #185
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too many cooks spoil the broth....in the same way multiple hubs just complicate things!!! of course if the aim is to become the largest alliance in the world and bully passengers (by forcing them to pay high fares and a "nominal" fee to attend to the call of nature) and eliminate competition then this system works fine!!
no I disagree... multihub is the future of a global industry that will undoubtedly see a wave of mergers and acquisitions on a global scale and will form huge airlines out of the alliances... and in this future there can be no one hub strategy
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Old June 13th, 2009, 04:28 PM   #186
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Air France-KLM: Airbus A380 Deliveries On Track For 2009

PARIS (Dow Jones)--Air France-KLM (AF.FR) will still take delivery of three superjumbo Airbus A380 before the end of this year, but is talking to Airbus about pushing back future deliveries, the airline's Chief Executive Pierre-Henri Gourgeon said Thursday.

The first delivery will take place in October and the other two will follow soon after, Gourgeon told a meeting of French aerospace journalists.

He said the planes will initially be used on the airline's routes to New York and Dubai.

Some other airlines have said recently they are hesitating about taking delivery of the double-decker aircraft amid a steep decline in airline passenger traffic due to the global economic recession.

But Gourgeon said it makes economic sense to put these planes into service, as each one can replace two other long-haul aircraft such as the Airbus A340 or the Boeing 777, and offer cost savings of between 15% and 20%.
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Old June 14th, 2009, 07:12 PM   #187
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no I disagree... multihub is the future of a global industry that will undoubtedly see a wave of mergers and acquisitions on a global scale and will form huge airlines out of the alliances... and in this future there can be no one hub strategy
But Paris and Amsterdam are so close to each other. If it's one main hub per continent, then I can understand ...
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Old June 19th, 2009, 02:52 PM   #188
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Air France-KLM may cut a further 3,000 jobs - CEO

PARIS, June 19 (Reuters) - Air France-KLM, Europe's biggest airline, may need to cut a further 3,000 jobs but only through natural attrition, its chief executive said on Friday.
Asked to comment on a report in French daily Le Parisien that Air France planned a further 3,000 job cuts, Pierre-Henri Gourgeon told RTL radio: "It may be of that order. For a company of 100,000 people, it's a 2-3 percent evolution.
"It's what happended last year. It's our goal and it's based on natural departures," he said
In April, Air France-KLM said it aimed to cut 2,500-3,000 jobs in the next two financial years.
Gourgeon would not confirm that the Franco-Dutch airline was also considering temporary lay-offs to adjust to the gobal economic downturn.
"We are reviewing all options. I have nothing specific to confirm on that issue. I do not know," he said, adding that the economic outlook was unclear. (Reporting by Dominique Vidalon; Editing by Dan Lalor)
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Old June 22nd, 2009, 06:42 PM   #189
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KLM Bookings Up Due To Scrapping Of Dutch Flight Tax In July -Report
22 June 2009

AMSTERDAM (Dow Jones)--KLM NV, the Dutch arm of Franco-Dutch airline group Air France-KLM (AF.FR), has seen a rise in bookings from the Netherlands due to the planned scrapping of the Dutch flight tax from July 1, Managing Director Bram Graber says Monday in an interview with daily Het Financieele Dagblad.

Graber says that the number of bookings for July and August is 5% higher compared to last year, and that this is fully accountable to the rise in holiday traffic.

The flight tax is to be abolished one year after its introduction last year. Under this fiscal measure, travellers had to pay extra taxes for airline flights from the Netherlands. This prompted many Dutch travellers to fly from foreign airports in Germany and Belgium.
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Old June 23rd, 2009, 04:07 PM   #190
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Old June 25th, 2009, 08:55 PM   #191
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Airpod, Carbon-free Vehicles

Starting in July 2009 and over the next six months, Air France Industries and KLM Engineering & Maintenance will be testing seven prototypes of the Airpod, a clean compressed-air powered vehicle.

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The Airpod was designed by MDI (Motor Development International) and could eventually provide an alternative solution to reduce the carbon footprint of the ground operations of Air France Industries and KLM E&M at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol, by replacing the thermal-engined vehicles.

This will be the first time that these prototypes are used in an industrial process.

Facts and figures concerning the Airpod

Length: 2 metres long
Weight: 300 kg
Full load: 250 kg
Range: 120 to 200 km depending on the load
Tank capacity: 200 litres to 350 bars
Running cost: €0.5 to €1 per 100 km

The Airpod, a carbon-free vehicle

The Airpod uses innovative technology: a compressed air engine which is totally clean, and generates no CO2 emissions.
The ambiant air is compressed using an electric compressor. It is then stocked in a high-pressure tank located under the vehicle.

It takes 3 to 4 hours to fill up with compressed air, using a low pressure compressor, but could eventually do so in less than 3 minutes by using high-pressure compressor stations.

Furthermore Air France Industries envisages compensating for all the CO2 emissions it generates by producing compressed air.

50 engineers and technicians work on compressed-air vehicles with the support of Tata Motors, the exclusive agent for MDI technologies, in order to ultimately offer compressed-air energy in industrial vehicles for the Indian market.

Two types of Airpod

Two types of Airpod will be tested at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol Airports:

. cargo vehicles which would transport minor equipment such as tool boxes, aircraft components and spare parts;
. people carriers, capable of carrying a driver and two passengers.

What exactly does this trial consist of?

4 vehicles will be tested for Air France Industries’ maintenance activities and Air France’s operations at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and 3 at KLM E&M at Amsterdam Schiphol.

For each AirPod, an appointed «test pilot» will carry out a series of tests in order to assess the vehicle’s overall performance, and in particular the aspects concerning safety, ergonomy, reliability and autonomy.

MDI will be fully responsible for this feasibility study, which will reveal whether the Airpod meets the expectations of Air France Industries and KLM E&M.
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Old June 27th, 2009, 06:49 AM   #194
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Air France-KLM fined C$10 mln for price fixing

OTTAWA, June 26 (Reuters) - Air France-KLM , Europe's biggest airline, has admitted to a price-fixing conspiracy between 2002 and 2006 on some air cargo routes affecting Canada, the Canadian Competition Bureau said on Friday.

The arms-length government agency said Air France, KLM and Martinair have been fined a total of C$10 million ($8.7 million) for communicating with competitors about the amount and timing of fuel surcharges on air cargo exported from Canada, resulting in about C$31.5 million in surcharges.

It fined Air France C$4 million, KLM C$5 million and Martinair C$1 million.

Air France and KLM are now a merged company, and Martinair is a subsidiary.

The bureau said it gave the companies reduced penalties for co-operating with the investigation, which continues.

"The co-operation of these parties through the bureau's leniency program will assist in our ongoing conspiracy investigation," Melanie Aitken, interim commissioner of competition, said in a statement.

($1=$1.15 Canadian)
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Air France, Bangkok Airways reveal code-sharing deal
29 June 2009
Agence France Presse

Air France and Bangkok Airways said on Monday they had signed a code-sharing agreement under which the French carrier will be able to serve six new destinations in Asia on flights operated by its Thai partner.

From July 1 Air France clients can travel on Bangkok Airways planes to Phuket, Chiang Mai, Koh Samui and Trat in Thailand, Phnom Penh in Cambodia and Luang Prabang in Laos.

Privately-owned Bangkok Airways, established in 1968, serves 19 domestic and regional destinations.
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Passenger traffic drops at Europe's top airline
7 July 2009
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Air France-KLM, Europe's biggest airline, which has already been forced to cut operations in the economic crisis, saw passenger traffic fall 6.4 percent in June, the company said on Tuesday.

The biggest drop came in Asia, where passenger numbers fell 10.8 percent, while traffic in Africa and the Middle East dropped just 0.2 percent. The European network saw a 6.8-percent decline in traffic.

Air France-KLM said it carried a total of 6.4 million passengers in June.

The airline also said however that the decline in cargo traffic had stabilised, edging down only 0.4 percent in the course of the month.

"These figures confirm again the trend towards a stabilization of the cargo activity, with a progressive adjustment of capacity to demand," it said.

Franco-Dutch Air France-KLM lost 814 million euros (1.1 billion dollars) in the first three months of the year -- its first loss since the 2003 merger of Air France and KLM -- and it has announced plans to cut 2,700 jobs.
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Air France-KLM team with online travel reward service
9 July 2009
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Online reward-management service Points.com said Thursday that Air France-KLM has joined the website devoted to putting trillions of remaining air and hotel loyalty points to use.

Members of the Air France-KLM frequent flyer program, Flying Blue, will be able to "buy or gift miles" so people can top off to levels required to qualify for free travel, according to Points International chief executive Rob MacLean.

"Our new partnership with Flying Blue adds another key international partner -- and the largest loyalty program in Europe -- to our roster," said MacLean.

"Maybe you don't have quite enough miles to take your family to Paris but now you could buy those extra miles."

Toronto-based Points launched the online service in 2000 as a way to unlock reward points stored in loyalty programs for anything from Starbucks Coffee to hotel stays or airline travel, according to MacLean.

"Hundreds of millions of consumers participate in these programs but didn't have tools to better manage them," MacLean said.

"We've seen consumers do cool things like take frequent flier miles and convert them to money on their Starbucks card."

Points cited industry estimates that there are from 14 to 20 million unclaimed airline travel miles and hotel stay points in loyalty accounts, half of them locked away because balances are less than needed to claim awards.

US airline Continental last week was the most recent addition to a Global Points Exchange that lets users swap or sell unused travel credits with rates set by buyers and sellers.

The exchange opens options, such as serving as a gift registry where, for example, people could contribute points newlyweds could use for honeymoon travel.

Air France-KLM is not among the exchange's 13 members but Points is working to win them and others into the fold, according to MacLean.

Points.com's exchange roster includes reward programs at Intercontinental Hotel Group and American, Alaska, Delta and Airtran airlines.

Points reports having about 2.5 million members, which MacLean described as the "tip of the iceberg."
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Air France considering steps to cut staffing
9 July 2009

PARIS (AP) - Air France may need to resort to partial unemployment measures among its 60,000 employees as the air transport market continues to worsen, the airline's chief executive said Thursday.

Speaking at Air France-KLM's annual shareholder meeting, Pierre-Henri Gourgeon said, "The economic situation is not improving. The slight rebound that we hoped for in early summer hasn't materialized."

Gourgeon said Air France-KLM now expects no rebound before the end of the summer or this autumn.

"Faced with this difficulty, we are forced to take additional measures," Gourgeon said, including possibly reducing staffing through partial unemployment programs, such as cuts to working hours, although he said no decision has been taken and that it might prove unfeasible to implement.

Last month Air France-KLM said it expected to continue reducing its headcount this year by up to 3,000 by not replacing employees who retire or quit the company.

Gourgeon said the airline no longer expects a rebound in capacity of between 2 and 3 percent in the summer 2010 season. The airline now expects to reduce capacity a further 1 to 1.5 percent next summer.

The airline has cut capacity by 4.7 percent so far this year, but traffic has fallen even faster, tumbling 5.8 percent in the three months from April to June. Air France-KLM's financial year runs from April to March.

Earlier this week, Air France-KLM said traffic in June slid 6.4 percent as the global recession pummeled airlines' traffic and profits.

Last month, the International Air Transport Association, which represents 230 airlines worldwide, said the industry was experiencing "the most difficult situation that the industry has faced."

The Geneva-based association said passenger traffic for 2009 is expected to contract by 8 percent from a year ago to 2.06 billion travelers, and it forecast the world's airlines will collectively lose $9 billion this year and face a slow recovery as the economic crisis saps air travel and cargo demand.
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