Air France-KLM’s new subsidiary Boost project is on track, but pilots will ultimately control the destiny of the company’s proposed new long-haul operation. Air France chairman Jean-Marc Janaillac said Boost will be “more cost efficient, and is not a low-cost product—a different brand highly connected to mother brand [Air France],” he told journalists at the IATA AGM in Cancun. The Boost project was unveiled as part of an Air France strategic plan in November ...

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