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Then & Now: Air France Fleet 2005 vs 2015

Air France, Western Europe’s fifth largest scheduled airline by fleet size, underwent many fleet changes in the last 10 years. See the visual representation of Air France's fleet as it changed from 2005 to 2015.

Air France, Western Europe’s fifth largest scheduled airline by fleet size, underwent many fleet changes in the last 10 years. Since 2005, Air France retired 8 different types of aircraft (including Airbus A320-100 and Boeing 737-500) and added one new type of aircraft to its fleet, the Airbus A380-800.  Air France is the flag carrier of France and is headquartered north of Paris in Tremblay-en-France. The airline is a subsidiary of the Air-France-KLM Group and has routes in  36 destinations in France and 168 destinations in 93 countries. Today, Air France operates 245 aircraft with a fleet consisting of 13 types of Boeing and Airbus aircraft, according to Aviation Week data. Slide over the graphic to see more fleet details.

 

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