Air France Canada is Associated With and Known as:
Air France Canada is a branch of Air France airline. Air France is a France based airline providing its services since 7th of October, 1933. It is a member of 'SkyTeam' alliance. Some of the main subsidiaries of the airline are CityJet airline, HOP airline and Transavia.com France. The frequent-flyer program of the airline is Flying Blue. The headquarters of the company is situated in Roissypole, Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport Tremblay-en-France France. Air France-KLM is the owner company of Air France.
Hubs and Focus Cities
There are two main hubs of Air France that are Paris Orly
Airport and Paris-Charles de gaulle Airport. The focus cities served by Air France are Toulouse-Blagnac Airport, Nice Cote d'Azur Airport, Pointe-a-Pitre Airport, Lyon-Saint-Exupery Airport and Marseille-Provence Airport.
The fleet size of Air France consists of 254 airplanes. The total count of the employees of the company as of March 2014 is approximately 69,553. There are about 168 destinations in over 93 countries all over the world, where the services are provided by Air France. It also serves approximately 36 destinations within France. The total passengers carried by the airline as of 2011 were 59,513,000.
It was on 7th of October, 1933 that the Air France was formed Due
to the combining of five different airlines that are Societe General des Transports Aeriens (SGTA), Air Orient, Compagnie Internationale de Navigation Aerienne (CIDNA), Compagnie Generale Aeropostale
and Air Union. It was in the year 1945 that the first air terminal of the company at LES
Invalides, Central Paris was established, which was joined to the Paris Le Bourget Airport. Air Inter and Union des transports Aeriens (UTA) were bought by the airline in the year 1990.
Local Office Contact Number: +1 514-807-5295.
Hearing Impaired Contact Number: 1 800-831-4488.
Services: 1 800 992-3932.