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Old October 14th, 2008, 09:58 PM   #101
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Optimization Of The Skyteam Transatlantic Network On Departure From London-Heathrow


Given the present economic and financial crisis, the four SkyTeam airlines - Air France, Delta, KLM and Northwest - have decided to further enhance their transatlantic services on departure from London on their U.S. hubs.

The Air France service from London Heathrow to Los Angeles will be removed from the 2008-09 winter schedule. The resources thus freed up (aircrafts, slots) will be used to reinforce the London Heathrow-New York JFK service with flights increased from two to three flights a day for the Summer 2009 schedule; two operated by Delta and one by Air France.

The assignment of an Air France aircraft to this route will give SkyTeam passengers the benefit of a First Class cabin. At the same time, Delta will offer its new full-flat seats in Business Class on London Heathrow-New York JFK flights.

Furthermore, the transatlantic services of the four airlines is supplemented by flights to and from Delta’s Atlanta hub, Northwest’s Detroit and Minneapolis hubs, as well as Seattle, the gateway to the West Coast of the United States.
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Air France will do what it takes to be India’s favourite
6 October 2008
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PARIS: It’s all about an India focus at Air France’s headquarters in Paris. The Indian welcome, “namaste,” newspapers, vegetarian food and films on board its flights make up the current agenda. More destinations in India and more services to Chennai are in the list of long-term objectives.

Looking at India as a fast developing strategic zone to get more passengers – either intending to stay here for a while or transiting through Charles de Gaulle Airport to countries further West – Air France looks to becoming the preferred European carrier for Indians, says the airline’s Senior Vice-President of International and The Netherlands Division, Jean-Louis Pinson.

At present, 80 per cent of Air France’s Indian passengers transit through Charles de Gaulle Airport, while the remaining 20 per cent stay on for tourism or other purposes.

“There is a great potential for more passenger traffic and we want to tap this,” he says.

For this, flight crew are being given an orientation on what food Indians prefer, the regional films they like to watch and even the gestures that should be used while guiding them. “So far, 250 flight attendants have volunteered to learn Indian culture through our programme,” says Mr. Pinson.

French crew will welcome Indian passengers now with a ‘namaste.’ “And, sometime later, we may have a few Indian crew who can speak Hindi and Tamil,” he says.

The passenger traffic from India has trebled in five years since the launch of the Bangalore service in 2005 and the Chennai service in 2006. But, there is a bit of a standstill this year and it may have been caused by inflation and competition. He, however, projects a 9 per cent to 10 per cent growth every year.

The Air France group, which includes the KLM airline, is looking at Kolkata, Ahmedabad and Pune as the next destinations.

“But, these are only options that are being explored now and nothing has been decided yet. We want to first firm up things in Hyderabad. And, when it is time to look for the next destination, it may be an Air France or a KLM service to Kolkata,” says Mr. Pinson.

Air France may consider operating five services a week from Chennai next winter and a daily service later. Tie-ups with domestic carriers for connecting flights may also be worked out.

“Again, none of these is finalised. These are all possibilities. And, there are no plans to buy stakes in any Indian airline or for franchise,” he says.

On increasing the number of flights from India, Mr. Pinson says Air France is yet to touch the permitted number of 35 a week. There are 29 flights now — Air France operates 24 and KLM five.

As for the introduction of A380 airbus service, he says: “At present, there are space constraints in New Delhi and Mumbai. But, we believe that in 2010 both the airports can handle A380 aircraft.”
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Old October 22nd, 2008, 10:34 AM   #103
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Paris, Amsterdam airports strike alliance

PARIS/AMSTERDAM, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Paris and Amsterdam airport authorities forged a cost-saving alliance on Tuesday and agreed to take an 8 percent cross-shareholding, driving up shares in state-controlled Aeroports de Paris .

The deal brings Europe's second and fifth-largest airport groups into step with a dual-hub regime already operated by their largest customer, Franco-Dutch Air France-KLM , and comes as the industry tightens its belt for a slowdown.

ADP, operator of Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports, and Amsterdam's Schipol Group predicted annual revenue and cost synergies of 71 million euros ($94 million) by 2013 and said they expected to reduce capital expenditure by 18 million from the same year.

They said the deal would boost ADP's earnings per share from 2009 and Schiphol's earnings from 2010.

ADP last week announced a 3.6 percent drop in traffic in September and blamed the global financial crisis and weak global economy. Nine-month traffic was up 1.5 percent. ADP also revised its 2009 traffic forecast to "slight growth" from a previous target of 2-3.5 percent.

Analysts said the airport co-operation deal was the first of its kind and would extend the benefits of a 2004 merger between Air France and KLM to create Europe's biggest airline.

Under the deal ADP will buy 8 percent of Schiphol Group in a reserved share issue worth 370 million euros.

Schiphol will buy 8 percent of ADP from the French government for 67 euros a share, or 530 million euros, leaving the French government with just over 60 percent.

The price for ADP stock represents a 42 percent premium to ADP's previous closing price of 47.06 euros.

ADP shares were up 5 percent at 49.51 euros by mid-session.

"This ... makes industrial sense in our opinion as it will generate synergies with Air-France KLM, the main clients of the airports involved in the cooperation agreement," said Paris brokers Natixis Securities in a note.

Dexia bank upgraded ADP stock to "buy" from "neutral".

Shares in Skyteam alliance leader Air France-KLM rose 3 percent, outpacing the French blue-chip index <.FCHI>, which was up 2 percent.

Economy Minister Christine Lagarde said the French government would keep a majority of ADP's capital.

The deal appeared to narrow the options for French construction group Vinci , which has 3.3 percent of ADP and would like to buy more. Vinci was not available for comment.

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Schiphol and Charles de Gaulle were voted "most loved" and "most hated" airports, respectively, by Fodor's Travel Guides in 2007, though Paris is in the midst of a rebuilding programme.

ADP, Schiphol, British operator BAA and Frankfurt's Fraport dominate European air traffic between them.

The new deal will run initially for 12 years, and the parties expect to complete it by end-November.

ADP is bidding for a stake in Prague's airport, but ADP Chief Executive Pierre Graff ruled out bidding for London's second airport, Gatwick, which BAA's owner Ferrovial must sell for competition reasons.

ADP's priority will be Skyteam airports, Graff told a news conference. CSA Czech Airlines is part of Skyteam.

Schiphol last week raised its stake in Brisbane Airport by about 3 percent to 18.7 percent, citing the positive outlook for Brisbane. It also operates a terminal at New York's JFK airport.

The Dutch government abandoned the latest in a long-running series of proposals to privatise Schiphol Group last year after the city of Amsterdam blocked the sale of a minority stake.

Schiphol is 75.8 percent owned by the Dutch state, with 21.8 percent owned by Amsterdam and 2.4 percent by Rotterdam.
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Old October 25th, 2008, 01:36 AM   #104
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From october 26 Airfrance will stop their Tehran flights it was served by an a340-300
but instead KLM will increas their flights to Tehran from 4to5weekly with an MD11
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Old October 25th, 2008, 08:51 AM   #105
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Any chance that Air france can take over Alitalia?
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^I thought I heared something about KLM taking over Alitalia
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Old October 27th, 2008, 08:05 PM   #107
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But Italy didn't want that or sth, so the deal was suspended.
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Old November 13th, 2008, 04:13 PM   #108
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Air France CEO: Pilots Strike Will Cut Earnings By EUR 100 Mln
13 November 2008

PARIS (Dow Jones)--Air France Chief Executive Jean-Cyril Spinetta said Thursday a four-day pilots' strike will erode the airline's earnings by EUR100 million if air crew follow it massively.

Labor unions representing pilots have called the strike, starting Friday, to protest a plan to extend the age when pilots must retire to 65 from 60 at present.

In a conference call with journalists, Spinetta also said there has been no decision on whether Air France's parent company, Air France-KLM (3112.FR), will acquire a minority stake in Italy's struggling airline Alitalia (AZA.MI).
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Old November 18th, 2008, 02:36 PM   #109
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Air France-KLM to buy 20% Alitalia stake for 200 million euros, report says


ROME (Dow Jones)--Air France-KLM (3112.FR) will buy a stake of around 20% in struggling Italian airline Alitalia SpA (AZA.MI) for about EUR200 million via a capital increase, reports Italian daily Il Sole 24 Ore Tuesday, without citing its sources.
The approximate amount of EUR200 million will be on top of the EUR1.1 billion that 16 Italian investors, grouped in Compagnia Aerea Italiana, or CAI, are ready to invest to take over the main assets of the unprofitable airline, says the newspaper.
CAI has decided to pick Air France-KLM in light of its current partnership with Alitalia, which would cost about EUR200 million to end based on various costs and penalties. The daily adds that rival Deutsche Lufthansa AG (LHA.XE) is still trying to convince CAI to switch to an alliance with the German carrier.
Separately, Italy's Industry Ministry late Monday said investment bank Banca Leonardo SpA Tuesday will give Minister Claudio Scajola an assessment of the CAI bid for Alitalia's assets. Later Tuesday, a special committee will discuss the assessment and give an opinion to the minister. This ends the procedure for Scajola to approve the sale of Alitalia's assets to CAI.

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Old November 21st, 2008, 10:19 PM   #110
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FRANKFURT, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Air France-KLM (AIRF.PA: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz) is considering legal steps against the Austrian state holding company's planned process for the sale of Austrian Airlines (AUAV.VI: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz), Financial Times Deutschland reported on Friday. "We are thinking about taking legal steps against the sale process, in which the rules of the game were changed after the fact," the newspaper cited the French carrier's designated Chief Executive Pierre-Henri Gourgeon as saying.

The Austrian government last month responded to pressure from Germany's Lufthansa AG (LHAG.DE: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz) -- the only bidder remaining for Austrian Airlines -- to take on around half the latter's 900 million euro ($1.1 billion) debt pile.

State holding company OeIAG is in exclusive talks with Lufthansa, after Air France-KLM last month dropped out of the race and a bid from Russia's S7 failed to comply with the rules of the tender.

Gourgeon, who will be at the helm of Air France from Jan. 1, said OeIAG had made demands on Air France which it later dropped for Lufthansa.

Commenting on a possible tie-up with Alitalia SpA (AZPIa.MI: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz), Gourgeon said there would be "healthy competition" in the northern Italian market if Air France won the bid for the carrier and Lufthansa continued expanding its own operations out of Milan's Malpensa airport. (Reporting by Maria Sheahan; Editing by David Holmes)
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Old November 21st, 2008, 10:25 PM   #111
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Air France paints A320 in retro colours for 75th anniversary
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Air France has become the latest carrier to repaint one of its aircraft in a retro livery, decorating this Airbus A320 to commemorate the airline's 75th anniversary.

This particular A320 is a 19-year old aircraft, F-GFKJ, which was given 540kg of new paint to reproduce the 1946 colour scheme. It will carry the livery for two years, and is due to make its first scheduled flight today from Paris to Barcelona.

Air France emerged as a unified French carrier in October 1933, from the merger of four main operators, among them Société Générale de Transport Aérien - a company which dated back to 1919.

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is KLM installing IFE on the 744s?
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That livery is better than the current one!
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Air France-KLM Nov traffic falls 0.8 pct on strike

PARIS, Dec 8 (Reuters) - Air France-KLM said on Monday that traffic dipped 0.8 percent in November, hit by a strike by pilots over proposed retirement age reforms.

Without the impact of the Air France strike, which saw around a third of flights cancelled between Nov. 14 and 17, traffic would have risen around 1.8 percent for the month, with capacity rising a similar amount, the airline said.

Load factor edged down 0.1 percentage points to 78.3 percent.

By region, the Franco-Dutch airline group's European network saw the biggest decline, with a 5.8 percent drop in traffic and a 4.2 percent reduction in capacity, leading to a 65.8 percent load factor, down 1.1 points. Cargo activity fell 13.2 percent in November, hit by a slowdown in trade. Capacity was reduced by 7.5 percent, leaving load factor 4.3 points lower at 67.1 percent.
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Air France-KLM to seal Alitalia deal next month: report

MILAN (AFP) — Air France-KLM will seal a deal to buy a stake in Italy's Alitalia next month, a source was quoted as saying on Wednesday, after the ailing airline was taken over by a group of Italian industry figures.

"Barring any last-minute surprises, the agreement is set to be sealed around January 10," just ahead of January 13 when the new Alitalia is to start operations, an informed source was quoted by Ansa news agency as saying.

Contacted by AFP, a spokesman for Alitalia declined to comment and a spokeswoman for Air France-KLM said the two sides were "continuing work."

Air France-KLM will pay around 250 million euros (350 million euros) for a 25 percent stake in the Italian airline, according to press reports.

Lufthansa is competing with Air France-KLM for the stake.

An Italian consortium of investors took over Alitalia earlier this month in a long-awaited deal worth 1.05 billion euros (1.46 billion dollars). Under the deal, 12,500 Alitalia workers will be retained while 3,250 jobs will be cut.

Air France-KLM had been prepared to assume Alitalia's debt, estimated at around 3.2 billion euros, as part of a takeover offer that it withdrew in early April after the breakdown of acrimonious negotiations with the unions.
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The famous French "barcode" era is coming to a close after 33 years in service on the tails of the Air France fleet. Aerocontact.com, a French aviation website, reports that the Paris-based airline will unveil a new livery for its aircraft (French) in the next few days. The redesign coincides with the airline's 75th anniversary this year and there's speculation that the first A380 (seen here) will be among the first to carry the new look. The last time Air France changed its livery, it was introducing the Concorde.
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Air France colors are very well known, simple and elegant. I don't see any reason to change and lots of brand equity to lose by a change.
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I like Air France's current livery. Too many livery changes recently....LTU, TAP, Air India, Delta, AeroMexico, Thai, Alitalia, Hainan Airlines, Jet Airways...list seems to go on. Those were all perfect liveries in my opinion.
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Air France to Buy 25% of Alitalia for EU323 Million

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Jan. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Air France-KLM Group, Europe’s biggest airline, agreed to pay 323 million euros ($431 million) for 25 percent of Alitalia SpA, beating Deutsche Lufthansa AG for a stake in the reorganized Italian carrier.

“Air France showed more conviction than other suitors,” Rocco Sabelli, chief executive officer of CAI, Alitalia’s owner, said today at a press conference in Rome. The tie-up with Paris-based Air France should deliver 720 million euros in savings and additional revenue over three years, CAI said.

Alitalia was put into bankruptcy on Aug. 29 after political and labor opposition thwarted two years of attempts to sell the Rome-based airline, which was 49.9 percent state- owned. CAI on Dec. 12 agreed to buy Alitalia’s main assets and to combine it with smaller rival Air One SpA before bringing in a foreign airline as minority investor.

Alitalia will operate as a new company starting tomorrow. The agreement with Air France includes a lock-up commitment for CAI investors not to sell their stakes in Alitalia for four years, CAI Chairman Roberto Colaninno said.

Lufthansa, Europe’s second-biggest airline, sought to become CAI’s partner after abstaining from earlier bids because of Alitalia’s debt. CEO Wolfgang Mayrhuber said in November that he was optimistic about being chosen because of Lufthansa’s multihub strategy. The Cologne, Germany-based carrier never said how much it was willing to inject.

CAI includes more than 20 investors, among them the Benetton family’s toll-highway operator Atlantia SpA and Intesa Sanpaolo SpA. Its takeover of Alitalia was valued at 1.05 billion euros, including 625 million euros of debt.
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