About Air France
Air France is of the leading carriers and one of the subsidiaries of the Air France KLM Group. Air France is headquartered in Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport. Air France is the largest airline company in terms of turnover and is the third largest in Europe in terms of passenger-kilometers. The airline flies to 200 destinations in 88 countries around the world. Air France is accredited by IATA Operations Safety Audit for its safety practices. The comfort and lavish facilities on board Air France are exemplary.
Air France History
Air France was born with the merger of five airlines namely: Air Orient, Compagnie Genrale Aeropostale Societe Generale de Transport Aerien, Air Union and CIDNA on October 7, 1933. Air France took over KLM in May 2004 resulting in the creation of Air France-KLM. At present both Air France and KLM operate as distinct brands.
Air France Fleet
Air France has a huge and efficient fleet of modern aircrafts which include Airbus A318s, A319s, A320s, A321s, A330-200s, A340-300s and Boeing B737-500, B747-400 and B777-200ER, B747-200 Freighters and B747-400ERF Extended Range Freighters. The average age of the Air France Fleet is 9.5 years.
Air France Operations
Air France flies to more than 200 destinations in 88 countries worldwide including Europe, Africa, North America, South America, the Caribbean and Oceania. In India Air France covers Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai.