Air France KLM group inaugurates new headquarters in Dubai

Air France KLM group has opened its new office in Dubai Airport Freezone as part of efforts to weather impacts of the covid-19 pandemic.
The move according to Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum, chairman of Dubai Airport Freezone Authority, will enable the airline to remain afloat and to “and accelerate recovery to the next stage, especially within the aviation sector, which has been affected by the global restrictions and measures that were applied at the beginning of the pandemic.”
The office, the group’s headquarters in the region, includes the General Management, HR, finance, commercial, UAE country management and regional sales support.
Like all other global airlines, Air France KLM has been significantly affected by the pandemic which has caused huge losses in the aviation industry.
The airline last week posted a €1.05 billion ($1.24 billion) quarterly operating loss and warned that business conditions could deteriorate further amid new lockdowns across, Arab News reports.
It has resumed services to the emirate with six weekly Air France and daily KLM flights to Dubai.

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