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  • Transavia chief sees leisure focus key to ambitious growth plan

    Transavia will "fail" to become a leading low-cost European leisure carrier unless it ensures that it remains focused exclusively on leisure passengers, its chief executive Bram Graber warns.

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  • Air France tells staff 2,800 more job cuts needed

    ​Air France has confirmed that it is seeking a further 2,800 voluntary redundancies among its staff as part of the...

  • Air France pilots back restructuring plans

    Air France's attempts to restructure have received a significant boost after new collective labour agreements proposed...

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    <p>Aeromexico is adding three Boeing 737s and one 767 to its fleet this month as part of a plan to further increase...

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  • Air France pilots to review terms of new Transavia pact

    News | 16 Oct 2014 14:06 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    ​Air France’s pilot representatives are to discuss a draft agreement setting out the conditions for developing low-cost operation Transavia.
  • European load factors up despite Air France traffic hit

    News | 14 Oct 2014 09:08

    Passenger load factor across European carriers improved almost a point in September over the same month in 2013, in a period dominated by the heavy fall in traffic at strike-hit Air France-KLM.
  • Air France-KLM puts cost of strike at €500 million

    News | 08 Oct 2014 13:38 | Oliver Clark

    Strike action by Air France pilots in September will hit full-year EBITDA to the tune of €500 million ($633 million), the parent group warns.
  • ANALYSIS: Airports evolve LCC-focused funding models

    News | 07 Oct 2014 14:41 | Oliver Clark

    European low-cost airlines' rise to prominence over the past 10 to 15 years has brought new opportunities for airports to fund their infrastructure needs – but they have learnt that this comes with its own challenges.
  • ANALYSIS: Europe airline market review September 2014

    News | 03 Oct 2014 09:14

    Air France's efforts to tackle its competitiveness on short-haul routes dominated September, as the carrier first unveiled plans for a major expansion of leisure unit Transavia and then ultimately dropped a proposal to expand outside of France, amid a damaging strike by pilots.
  • ANALYSIS: Europe's pilots fight for control

    News | 01 Oct 2014 12:00 | Michael Gubisch

    Industrial action has played havoc with operations at Air France and Lufthansa over recent weeks as pilots revolt against legacy carriers' cost-cutting plans.