‘Air France-KLM’ was established on the 23rd of April, 1947.
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Air France, officially known as ‘Société Air France’ and stylized as AIRFRANCE, is the French standard hauler headquartered in Tremblay-en-France which is in the northern portion of Paris. It is a subordinate of the larger ‘Air France-KLM’ Group and a setting up associate of the SkyTeam worldwide airline association. From the data of 2013 Air France attends 36 terminuses in France and provides worldwide planned customer and freight services to about 170 destinations in over 90 countries including overseas sections and areas of France. It also carried close to 60 million passengers in 2011. The Air France and KLM merger delivers traveler and cargo air transport services. Its actions include freight, aeronautics upkeep and other air conveyance related deeds such as cooking and contract services. The corporation operates its trade through four major sections which include Passenger, Cargo, Maintenance, and Other. The Commuter segment provides passenger transport services on arranged flights with the corporation's commercial airline code, counting flights run by other carriers under code-sharing contracts. The Cargo section offers cargo transport on trips under the businesses' codes, plus flights run by other associated airlines under similar agreements. The Maintenance sector provides upkeep services to other air companies and consumers universally. The Other division offers food preparation services provided by the group to third-party carriers and from license flights worked chiefly by ‘Transavia’.