Air France Miami is Associated With and Known as:
Air France Miami is a major airline base of Air France in Miami, Florida 33299, United States of America. The Airline was established on 7th of October, 1933. The headquarters of the Air France is located in Roissypole, Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, Tremblay-en-France, France. The airline is a part of Air France-KLM Group. The slogan of the company is 'Making the Sky the best place on Earth'. The airline area is spread in 130,000 square meters. There are two main hubs of the Air France airline that are Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airpoet and Paris Orly Airport. Flying Blue is the frequent-flyer program of the company and is also the member of the SkyTeam alliance.
The fleet size of the airline consists of about 254 aircrafts. It is operating in 92 countries of the world with 163 destinations. The airline is formed Due
to the combining of five different companies that are Air Union, Air Orient, Compagnie Internationale de Navigation Aerienne, Compagnie Generale Aeropostale
and Societe Generale de Transport Aerien. Some of the main subsidiaries of the company are CityJet, HOP!, Transavia.com France, BlueLink, Servair, Sodexi, etc. The focus cities of the airline are Nice Cote d'Azur Airport, Toulouse-Blagnac Airport, Lyon-Saint-Exupery Airport, Pointe-a-Pitre Airport and Marseille-Provence Airport.
It was in the year 1946 that the First Flight
attendant was recruited by the Air France airline and the first air terminal was also opened by the airline at LES
Invalides, Central Paris during the same year. The network of the airport was regarded as the longest network in the world at that time, which was approximately 160,000 kilometers. The network of the airline was increased to 250,000 kilometers in the year 1952 when its operations were transferred to the new Paris Orly Airport South terminal.