Air France

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Air France was born of the merger of the four leading French transport companies, soon joined by the airmail carrier Aeropostale. Officially created at Le Bourget Airport on 7 October 1933, it served a network of 38,000 kilometres in all, with 259 aircraft.


Three core activities

Air France has focused its activities on three strategic segments, passenger transport, cargo and maintenance.

Together these three represent 97% of the company’s revenues. The remaining three percent is generated by Air France subsidiaries such as Servair, specialized in in-flight Catering, or Air France Consulting which provides management and engineering solutions for air transport.

Three core business

Air France’s fundamental assets in a strongly competitive context are:

A responsible company

The airline’s commitment to developing and promoting initiatives in support of Sustainable development is reflected in its implementation of basic principles concerning Human Rights, work standards, environmental protection and the combat against corruption.

Air France subsidiaries

Air France has eight subsidiaries, specializing in air transport (regional airlines) and complementary activities such as airline Catering services (Servair), aeronautical maintenance (CRMA) and cargo forwarding (SoDExi).

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Location

Air France
45, rue de Paris
95 747 Roissy CDG Cedex
France

Telephone: 
01 41 56 78 00
Fax: 
01 41 56 70 29

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