04 May 2023
Ultimately, the major changes we are currently implementing will put us in a better position to take all the opportunities arising from the crisis and regain our full financial, strategic, and operational autonomy.
Air France-KLM launches its "Sustainable Aviation Fuel" programme dedicated to corporate customers.
less CO₂ emissions compared to conventional fuel
Call for expressions of interest for hydrogen branch for airports.
Air France-KLM announces a plan of capital-strengthening measures with the objective of strengthening its balance sheet, preparing the recovery and repositioning the Group on a sustainable financial trajectory.
Air France-KLM and China Eastern Airlines to reinforce their partnership.
Success of capital increase Air France-KLM.
Air France-KLM has successfully issued undated deeply subordinated notes.
Air France-KLM announces that Group CFO Frédéric Gagey will be succeeded by Steven Zaat, current Air France Chief Financial Officer, on 1st July, 2021.
Flying Blue invites us to join a new journey.
partners in hotels, car rental, shopping and culture
of program members
Air France-KLM, Total, Groupe ADP and Airbus Join Forces to Decarbonize Air Transportation and Carry Out The First Long-Haul Flight Powered By Sustainable Aviation Fuel Produced in France.
Air France 342 hour flight with sustainable aviation fuel in its tanks
tons of CO2 on this flight
fuel consumption on the A350
emissions per passenger/km by 2030
Air France-KLM: Key decisions approved by the Shareholders' Meeting of May 26, 2021.
Paris Region, Choose Paris Region, Groupe ADP, Air France-KLM and Airbus reveals the winners of the worldwide call for expressions of interest regarding the setup of an Hydrogen branch in airports.
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Air France-KLM accelerates its environmental transition and commits - with the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi) - to setting targets in line with the Paris Agreement to limit global warming.
Zero emission nette
billion euros for fleet renewal
lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions with sustainable aviation fuel (SAF)
carbon neutrality objective for ground operations
Air France-KLM and Travelport reach agreement on NDC distribution.
Air France-KLM has redeemed 500 million euros of the outstanding 4 billion euros bank loan guaranteed by the French State (the “PGE”) and negotiated a revision of the redemption profile with a maturity extended from May 6, 2023 to May 6, 2025.
of euros reimbursed
by Air France-KLM
Air France-KLM orders 100 Airbus A320neo family aircraft - with purchase rights for an additional 60 aircraft - for KLM and Transavia, and signs an LOI for the purchase of 4 Airbus A350F Full Freighter aircraft for Air France.
Airbus A320neo Family aircraft
of the unit cost
fuel consumption and CO2 emissions
reduction in noise
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Air France-KLM offers its customers a network covering more than 300 destinations through its Air France, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, and Transavia airlines.
During the 2021 financial year, the Air France-KLM Group invested €2.202 billion in tangible and intangible assets, with proceeds of disposal of €899 million. With net cash flow from operations totalling €1.534 billion, the Group generated positive free cash flow from operations of €231 million.
At Air France-KLM, we are proud to bring people together, to help our customers discover new places and new cultures, and to secure the sustainability of our economic exchanges, thus fulfilling one of humankind's oldest dreams on a daily basis.
2021 Sustainable Development Report
Air France-KLM publishes its 2021 Sustainable Development Report.
We are constantly investing in new aircraft. A modern fleet allows us to offer our customers greater comfort and significantly reduce our noise footprint to improve life for locals residing near airports. In addition, upgrading our fleet with cleaner and more fuel-efficient aircraft is the primary focus of the Group's decarbonisation strategy, which aims to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.
The Air France-KLM Group operates one of the most extensive flight networks between Europe and the rest of the world, thanks to the influence of its two international hubs: Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam Schiphol.
In 2021, our airlines – Air France, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, and Transavia – served 310 destinations in 117 different countries.