Air France-KLM has started looking at how it could expand formerly loss-making Transavia France’s fleet beyond the 40 aircraft it is limited to by an agreement with labor unions. It hopes the subsidiary could help it stave off intensifying competition from other LCCs in the French market. “We have started the process of considering the development of Transavia France beyond the 40 aircraft, with the objective of regaining a strong position including on routes from (French) ...

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