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Old October 1st, 2017, 01:53 AM   #561
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KLM Flight Report | Atlanta to Amsterdam



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Old October 1st, 2017, 04:16 AM   #562
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cross post as it is an Air France flight


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Engine failure on AF66 in the middle of the flight.





https://twitter.com/flightradar24/st...60477604806656

Landed at Goose Bay CFB

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https://avherald.com/h?article=4af15205&opt=1
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Old October 8th, 2017, 09:28 AM   #563
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KLM will start Mumbai (3 weekly), Mauritius (3 weekly) and San Jose (Costa Rica) (2 weekly) next winter.

Air France will launch flights to Seattle (up to 5 weekly) next summer

Joon will be launched this December with flights from CDG to BCN, TXL, LIS and OPO. Long-haul routes to Seychelles and Fortaleza will be launched next May.
http://corporate.airfrance.com/en/ne...nce-air-france
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Old October 12th, 2017, 10:02 AM   #564
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Old October 21st, 2017, 11:51 AM   #565
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KLM launches codeshare agreement with Turkish AtlasGlobal

KLM launches codeshare agreement with Turkish AtlasGlobal

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Effective 29 October, KLM will be entering into a codeshare agreement with AtlasGlobal. Based on cooperation, the airlines will jointly offer 14 weekly flights between Amsterdam and Istanbul Atatürk Airport.



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Cooperating with AtlasGlobal serves to strengthen KLM’s network in the region, offering passengers more transfer options and, in time, a greater number of destinations in Turkey.Turkey is an important destination for business and leisure passengers. AtlasGlobal is a particularly reliable partner, delivering a good product.

Barry ter Voert, Senior Vice President Europe KLM
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We’re extremely pleased to be cooperating with KLM. The codeshare agreement with KLM presents opportunities for us to achieve further growth within Europe

Murat Ersoy, Chairman Atlasglobal
The KL code will be displayed on AtlasGlobal’s daily flights between Amsterdam and Istanbul and, vice versa, the AtlasGlobal code will be added to KLM’s flights between the two cities. The codeshare agreement will be expanded at a later date to include other destinations in addition to these hubs.
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Old October 27th, 2017, 10:36 PM   #566
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An end of an era, tomorrow KLM will say goodbye to the last Fokker 70s in the KLM Cityhopper fleet.

Except for the 1st year of operations in 1920 there have always been Fokker planes in the KLM fleet. They actually started their first scheduled services with Fokker aircraft in 1921. So now after 96 years the last Fokker 70s are being replaced by Embraer 175s. So no more planes that were made in Holland for KLM. And no more will join the fleet in the foreseeable future, as Fokker as a plane manufacturer was already gone in 1996.


KLM has posted a couple of goodbye video's on their YouTube page.



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Old October 28th, 2017, 04:02 PM   #567
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Winter schedule with new destinations and more flights (5.5% capacity increase)
http://www.airfranceklm.com/en/2017-...rease-capacity
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Old October 29th, 2017, 09:38 PM   #568
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Yesterday the last 4 Fokker 70's flew their last flight for KLM.
The PH-KZU (in Anthony Fokker livery) had the honor to do the last flight from London which also was the first route KLM used a Fokker plane 97 years ago.



Today a monument was unveiled at Schiphol east containing a tail of a Fokker F70.



After the unveiling the last 4 F70's flew towards Norwich to be repainted for new customers also the PH-KZU did a last farewell flyby.



It also meant the end of dutch aviation after 98 years, although Fokker still makes plane parts but they don't make whole planes anymore.
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Old December 5th, 2017, 10:29 AM   #569
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Anyone can explain about the Tahiti strike? This strike has caused AF suspending their flight to Tahiti.

It has been almost a month.

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Air France strike in Tahiti hardens
3:52 pm on 27 November 2017

Reports from French Polynesia say talks to end an Air France strike by Tahiti-based staff have collapsed.

With their strike in its third week, Air France has been using planes from Air Tahiti Nui and the Portuguese carrier Hi Fly to maintain flights to and from Los Angeles.

The public broadcaster said the Air France office in Tahiti had told striking staff that they would no longer get to work on flights between Los Angeles and Paris.

It reported that the strikers want the Air France head office in Paris to convene a meeting and officially confirm the move.

Repeated talks to resolve the employment dispute failed and the airline's bid to get a court order to annul the stoppage was also unsuccessful.\

https://www.radionz.co.nz/internatio...tahiti-hardens
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