Air France-KLM’s Executive Vice-President – International and the Netherlands sheds light on how the Paris-Charles de Gaulle hub is organised and the viability of such a strategy for a destination like Mauritius.
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For several years now, Air France and Aéroports de Paris, the airport authority for Paris, have invested massively in infrastructure. The new Hall M in Terminal 2E, opened in June 2012, is as good as any in the world. And the new Air France Salon, designed like a park in the middle of the new terminal, is the pride of the whole company. But that’s not all! Transit routes have been simplified and shortened, and our SkyPriority passengers are now provided with special, preferential services. Our aim is to develop a relationship based on a welcoming and attentive approach.
In fact, Air France-KLM owes its network strength very much to the Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol twin hub.