French Skyteam member Air France is expecting to formally sign an agreement with its pilots July 17, paving the way for the launch of its Boost new airline project in fall 2017. Boost, which is a project name for Air France’s new lower-cost airline subsidiary, was first revealed in November 2016 as part of Air France-KLM’s Trust Together strategy. The Paris Charles de Gaulle-based airline is aimed at countering Gulf carrier competition, so that Air France can return to routes ...

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