Air France-KLM To Help Air Mauritius Join SkyTeam

Air France-KLM and Air Mauritius have renewed and extended their co-operation agreement. As part of the partnership, Air France-KLM will provide the Mauritian airline with expertise in several areas. These will include commercial operations, revenue management, cost management, procurement, maintenance and cost reductions, in terms of fuel savings. The new agreement, a continuation of the original 2008 accord, also sees Air France-KLM reaffirming its commitment to support Air Mauritius in its bid to join the ‘SkyTeam’ global airline alliance. Alexandre de Juniac, chairman and CEO of Air France-KLM, said: “The strategic partnership agreement signed today is a continuation of Air France’s historical presence in Mauritius, which it has been serving non-stop since 1946. We are strengthening our co-operation, notably by providing Air Mauritius with our enhanced expertise in various key fields. In addition, by combining our flight offerings on the Paris CDG-Mauritius route, we will be offering all our customers even more frequencies and connecting opportunities, especially from our powerful hub at Paris-Charles de Gaulle.”

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