Air France: Ben Smith convinces the pilots to take off Transavia

Less than a year after his arrival, Ben Smith, the director general of Air France-KLM group, has just won a new success with the pilots of Air France. These wer

Air France: Ben Smith convinces the pilots to take off Transavia

Less than a year after his arrival, Ben Smith, the director general of Air France-KLM group, has just won a new success with the pilots of Air France. These were consulted on the growth of the wholly-owned subsidiary low-cost Transavia, including the number of devices was, until now, limited to 40 in France.

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"In approving this major deal, the pilots of Air France have expressed their interest and their confidence in the company Transavia France, the main vector of growth in the medium-to-mail group"

William Gavin, president of the SNPL Air France

They gave on Wednesday the green light, to 78 %, to remove this threshold. The subsidiary low-cost thus will be able to continue its growth in france, particularly since the large provincial towns, where it is not present. An asset to the group, in a competitive environment that is increasingly complex and tense. "By approving this major deal, the pilots of Air France have expressed their interest and their confidence in the company Transavia France, which is the main source of growth for the medium-haul in the group," said William Gavin, president of the SNPL Air France. The union of ...

Updated Date: 05 August 2019, 00:00

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