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►The Global Compact

The Company's signing of the UN Global Compact in 2003.

The Global Compact asks companies to embrace, support and implement within their sphere of influence, a set of core values in the fields:


  • of Human Rights,
  • labor standards environment,
  • and fight against corruption.

Go to the Ten Principles of the Global Compact

Signatory businesses must translate each of the Global Compact Principles into their own corporate practice. Air France posts its annual Sustainable Development Report online along with a number of fact-sheets on its best practice.

►The Diversity Charter

Deriving from a proposal by Laurence Méhaignerie and Yazid Sabeg in their joint report entitled "The Forgotten of Equal Opportunity"(Les oubliés de l’égalité des chances, Institut Montaigne, 2004), the Diversity Charter seeks to encourage businesses to actively combat discrimination by reflecting the diversity of the French population more accurately in their workforces.

The Charter has aroused considerable interest among major corporations, who made direct contributions to the text in conjunction with AFEP, the French Association of Private Sector Enterprises, and the Institut Montaigne.

In signing the Diversity Charter in September 2006, Air France has undertaken to promote diversity – and cultural and ethnic diversity in particular – within the Company and at all qualification levels.

Download the Charter (French version only)

►Signing of the Charter of business engagement in the service of Equal Opportunities in Education (2006)

Download the Charter (French version only)

►Signing of the Charter of Parenting (2008)

Download the Charter (French version only)

►"Grenelle de l'environnement" commitments

See Environment and Climate Chapter / page Political and regulatory context