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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