The history of Air France is marked by a strong social culture, as testified by the signing of many charters and declarations.
In 2006, the company formalised its commitment to diversity by signing the Diversity Charter.
Because at Air France, diversity within teams is an essential element of the company's performance, the Airline intends to develop each and every talent by encouraging cohesion and solidarity in the respect of differences and so promotes a culture of openness.
This diversity ensures the improvement of the company's innovation capabilities and brings it closer to its customers, enabling it to meet their expectations in the best possible way.
Ensure that the company does not discriminate either directly or indirectly in any of the 19 prohibited ways: age, physical appearance, real or supposed membership to an ethnic group, to a nation, to a race, membership or not to a determined religion, state of health, sexual identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, family status, disability, surname, gender, union activity, genetic characteristics, morals, political opinions, origin.
Base human resources management on a fair matching of positions and expertise.
Promote social integration and employment development in the business areas where the company is established.
The Airline has formed many partnerships with associations which act for equal opportunities.