A global alliance of 19 airlines
In 2000, Air France, Aeromexico, Delta and Korean Air created the SkyTeam alliance, which now has 19 members.
As the world's second-largest airline alliance, SkyTeam enables its member airlines, including Air France, to develop and supplement their respective offerings with flights operated by their partners.
The SkyTeam airline alliance aims to provide a comprehensive offering in passenger and freight traffic and enrich the services of its member airlines, without the need for additional investment in their fleets.
Specifically, it provides these airlines' passengers with the ability to travel on flights operated by multiple airlines, accumulate air miles from different airlines and enjoy over 630 lounges in airports the world over.
What's more, specific products are developed and marketed within the alliance, such as "Pass", which allows passengers to travel in the destination region at competitive rates, and the global contracts for large companies.
With the integration of Xiamen Airlines in 2012, SkyTeam has consolidated its position as the number one airline alliance in Greater China, with 142 destinations served in the region.
A transatlantic joint venture with Delta and Alitalia
The transatlantic joint venture set up by Air France-KLM, Delta and Alitalia involves the joint operation and the sharing of revenues and costs of over 250 daily transatlantic flights connecting the nine hubs run by the four airlines.
To date, it accounts for nearly 25% of the total capacity between Europe and North America.
Founded in 2009 together with Delta, the joint venture was expanded to Alitalia the following year. It covers all flights between North America, Mexico and Europe via an integrated collaboration.
Under a closely collaborative process, all flights between North America and Mexico to and from the Mediterranean basin, Africa, Gulf countries and India, as well as flights from Europe to and from Central America, Columbia, Venezuela, Peru and Ecuador, are also covered.
Passengers of the four airlines receive a number of benefits, including a broader choice of destinations and frequency of flights, competitive rates, harmonised services on the ground and in the air, and dedicated booking centres on both sides of the Atlantic.
The joint venture set up by Air France-KLM, Delta and Alitalia is contractual. It involves a partnership and therefore the sharing of tasks, costs and revenues, with no capital contribution.
Running, a form of escape through sport, lets Air France customers travel all over the world.
Our company has decided to sponsor many different marathons including the Schneider Electric Marathon in Paris, the Los Angeles Marathon, Santiago, San Francisco, Carthage, and France Run in New York among others,
Air France is also involved with local races like Run My City, Run in Marseille, Run in Lyon etc...
In 2018, the Running community platform dedicated to travel and running was launched to strengthen our involvement in this field.
Since 1980, the Company's historic partnership with the Cannes Film Festival has expressed its commitment to support the world of cinema and the promotion of movies throughout the world.
Air France enjoys the status of Official Partner and Carrier of the Cannes Film Festival.
Its partnership with Unifrance allows Air France to position itself as the airline ambassador of French cinema around the world, enabling French actors to meet their international audiences.
It allows regional divisions to be associated with French film festivals.
Air France is also a partner of the Deauville Film Festival.
Air France works together with the French Ministry of European and Foreign Affairs with the Goût de / Good France event to celebrate Gastronomy throughout the world and the values it conveys in France and abroad: sharing, pleasure, respecting the health of its contemporaries and the planet.
Internationally renowned chefs are put in the spotlight to promote a culture of French-style fine dining all over the world.
Air France has a policy of partnerships with an international dimension in line with its strategic priorities and values.
By completing a questionnaire, you can make a partnership request with Air France.
Air France wins first place for its design thanks to readers' votes
In 2018, Air France won the Best Design Airline Europe 2018 award in the Readers' Choice Award category by The Design Air Award. This award highlights all the new features to highlight the customer’s travel experience, from comfort kits to inflight dining, including CDG's new Business Lounge at Terminal 2E Hall L.
This award is in addition to the Best New Premium Economy 2018 prize also awarded by The Design Air.
On December 12, 2018, Global Traveler magazine readers awarded Air France the best design prize for its La Première seat at the Global Traveler Tested Reader Survey Awards annual ceremony in Los Angeles.
This award joins the three Skytrax Awards 2018 awards and the 7 Business Traveller Cellars in the Sky Awards 2017 that Air France has received this year for the quality of its La Première service.
The new Premium Economy cabin on the Airbus A330 awarded by The Design Air
In December 2018, Air France was voted Best New Premium Economy 2018 for its Premium Economy cabins on board its redesigned Airbus A330s. Relaxation and pleasure are in the spotlight with a totally redesigned comfort and additional space.
This award is in addition to the Best Design Airline Europe 2018 prize also awarded by The Design Air
Air France's wine list, one of the best in the world
At the World's Best Wine Lists Awards 2018 ceremony, which took place in London on 11 September 2018, Air France received the Best Airline Wine List in the World award, one of the most prestigious distinctions in this area awarded by the British magazine The World of Fine Wine.
For its 5th edition, the World's Best Wine Lists Awards studied over 1,000 wine lists from the most renowned establishments worldwide.
La Première gastronomy and accessories awarded by Skytrax
On Tuesday 17 July 2018, in London, Skytrax rewarded Air France for the quality of its La Première service.
Air France obtained top position in three categories, winning three awards -
- Best first class in-flight dining,
- Best first class lounge dining,
- Best first class comfort amenities,
Air France is among the best airlines in the world in 2018
Air France features in the “Gold List” of the “World’s Best Airlines 2018”, drawn up by Condé Nast Traveler magazine. In total, 6 lists rewarding different tourism industry players have been published following votes by more than 12,000 magazine readers and evaluation by 20 professionals.
Air France and Joon win awards at the Grand Prix Stratégies du Design 2018
On April 4, 2018, at the 2018 Grand Prix Stratégies du Design ceremony, Joon was awarded gold in the "Brand Name Creation" category and silver in the "Global Brand Design" category. Air France received the Bronze award for its lounge in Terminal E Hall L at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, in the "Architecture, Signage Environment and Museography" category. The weekly magazine Stratégies, aimed at communication professionals, has been organizing the Grand Prix Stratégies du Design for more than 30 years, to highlight the year’s best achievements and campaigns in the field of design.
Air France Industries wins award for Prognos
On September 5, 2017, Air France Industries was awarded the "Innovation Team Best Practices 2017" prize by the Paris Club of Innovation Directors, the European Institute of Creative and Innovation Strategies and the University of La Sorbonne. In total, 10 French companies were awarded for their excellence in terms of innovation. Developed as part of AFI KLM E&M's "MRO Lab" Research & Development programme, Prognos applications are based on the collection and analysis of technical data generated by fleets to improve maintenance operations. With one aim: to anticipate and prevent technical problems in order to optimize maintenance interventions and maximize the availability of customers' fleets.
Air France praised for its environmental commitment
On December 9, as part of the Annual Climate and Energy Plan Forum in Nice (led by the Alpes Maritimes Department), Air France received a Trophy for its commitment to the development of renewable energies. As a historical partner of the Cannes Film Festival, the company received this award in recognition of its programme of 24 flights powered by biofuel, which it set up during the 2016 edition of the event.