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Articles tagged “air france-klm”

Airlines

Air France-KLM Joins Airlines Getting Ahead of Fare Wars by Mimicking Uber

Suddenly the phrase "continuous pricing" is on the lips of airline executives worldwide. The reason is that price competition will be fierce once international air travel rebounds. The new pricing method promises to help airlines extract the most money possible from passengers based on their willingness to pay.

Air France-KLM Joins Airlines Getting Ahead of Fare Wars by Mimicking Uber

Coronavirus

European Tourism’s Summer Threatened by New Setbacks and Shutdowns

The desire to travel is so strong, but the lack of confidence in both national leadership and EU decisions means planning a summer escape is fraught with concerns.

European Tourism’s Summer Threatened by New Setbacks and Shutdowns

Coronavirus

KLM Is Ramping Up Virtual Reality to Train Workers Since Pandemic’s Start

The pandemic has sped up airline testing of virtual reality, augmented reality, and other technologies to train workforces more cost-effectively. Expect a few travel companies to join KLM in having "extended reality" IT teams by 2025.

KLM Is Ramping Up Virtual Reality to Train Workers Since Pandemic’s Start

Airline Weekly

Air France-KLM Sees Strength in Amsterdam, Paris Hubs During Recovery

Air France-KLM Sees Strength in Amsterdam, Paris Hubs During Recovery

Coronavirus

KLM to Keep Flying Long Haul After Compromise on Crew Testing

KLM and the Dutch government figured out a way to have enough available crew to keep long-haul flights in the air. Without that efforts to fly vaccines to high-risk countries would have been hampered.

KLM to Keep Flying Long Haul After Compromise on Crew Testing

Airlines

Video: Interview With Air France CEO Anne Rigail at Skift Aviation Forum đź”’

Air France plans to keep in-flight meal service and first-class cabins on international flights despite making cuts to its flight network and seeking other operational efficiencies. Count on it. That's the promise from CEO Anne Rigail.

Video: Interview With Air France CEO Anne Rigail at Skift Aviation Forum đź”’

Airlines

CEOs From Air France and Ryanair See Different Flight Paths to a Travel Recovery

There's a fascinating difference of opinion between the top bosses of Air France and Ryanair on competitiveness, fairness, and the value of testing at airports.

CEOs From Air France and Ryanair See Different Flight Paths to a Travel Recovery

Business Travel

Coronavirus Finally Caught Up With London’s Most Convenient Airport

The business traveler's favorite, and formerly Europe's conduit to doing business (and lunch) with the capital’s bankers, London City Airport remains quiet and is preparing to lay off staff.

Coronavirus Finally Caught Up With London’s Most Convenient Airport

Online Travel

Air France-KLM and Amadeus Sign Landmark Distribution Deal

For years, airlines, travel agencies, and their technology partners acknowledged they could adopt more modern ways of selling plane tickets. The sticking point lately has been less technological than commercial. Thursday's deal is a seismic moment serving as a model for how the sector might afford to transition to the future.

Air France-KLM and Amadeus Sign Landmark Distribution Deal

Coronavirus

Passengers Now Need a Negative Covid Test Certificate Before Flying to China

The test, paperwork, and five-day time frame all add up to a lot of extra work for the traveler. Those airlines that are allowed to fly to China will probably be hoping it's a very temporary measure.

Passengers Now Need a Negative Covid Test Certificate Before Flying to China