Keyword: Air France
Sixteen men go on trial in France for alleged role in chaotic scenes last year when airline bosses had shirts torn off while fleeing angry staff.
Jean-Marc Janaillac, head of French bus and train operator Transdev, will replace the airline's CEO and chairman Alexandre de Juniac in August.
French transport minister was among the passengers on the Paris-Tehran Air France flight, a route suspended in 2008 amid economic sanctions against Iran.
Gay cabin crew staff demand the right to refuse to fly to Iran where they could be 'killed for who they are', ahead of a resumption of the route next week.
The airline's proposed deal to SNPL union would see pilots work up to 10% more on same pay, while an extra 600 pilots would be hired by 2020.
The Air France-KLM group chief executive, who has overseen a troubled restructuring of the company, is to head the International Air Transport Association.
Female flight attendants say they will refuse to fly to Iran when the airline's flights there resume after an eight-year break.
Officials says Air France Airbus A320 was flying at 5,500 feet as it neared Charles de Gaulle airport when co-pilot noticed drone approaching.
The airline said the November fall in passengers was later inversed in December when bookings 'were in line with a progressive recovery'.
Members of the airline's CGT union, mostly groundstaff, are called on to strike on January 28th against the company's plans of layoffs and outsourcing.
The 58-year-old from Réunion was detained by police on arrival in Paris over planting of fake bomb that forced jet into emergency landing in Kenya.
Six questioned after object described as looking like 'a stopwatch mounted on a cardboard box' found in toilet on airliner diverted to Kenya.
Pilots of Boeing 777 flying from Mauritius to Paris requested to land in Mombasa after suspect package was discovered in the toilet.
The airline has also begun dismissal procedures against a fifth employee over violent protests as management announced a plan to cut 2,900 jobs.
Airline's €480 million quarterly profit, its highest for 5 years, will make it harder to convince unions of need for major cost-cutting.