Almost all marriages go through rough patches. The nearly 19-year-old Air France-KLM Group partnership has probably endured one of its rockier periods this past year as strikes, competition and management changes impacted earnings and led to boardroom and political friction. Like any long-lasting marriage, however, the group’s partners seem to recognize they are better off together than apart. Formed in 2004, the Air France-KLM alliance came under scrutiny in February when it emerged ...

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