France’s secondary airlines are looking at ways they can work together to better compete with legacy carrier Air France and with growing competition from LCCs on both long- and short-haul, executives told ATW’s sister publication Aviation Daily on the sidelines of the Paris Air Forum. A plan—put forward by former Air France executive Lionel Guerin earlier this year to bring together Air Caraibes, French Bee, XL Airways, La Compagnie and Corsair to form a more powerful ...

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