Air France-KLM plans to strengthen services in Africa

30Jan 2024
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Air France-KLM plans to strengthen services in Africa

Air France-KLM has started strategies to strengthen its services in African countries, by expanding its commercial scope in the continent.

In its statement issued yesterday, the Director General for East and South Africa, as well as Nigeria and Ghana, Marius van der Ham, stated that in 2024, the largest airline aims to increase its investment in modern technology, to ensure the provision of the highest levels of security.

The company said that it is currently working on 31 routes in Africa, and the plant is to increase its range of trips.

"We will continue to innovate and raise our standards, ensuring an unparalleled travel experience that prioritizes passenger well-being and satisfaction", said Marius van der Ham.

"We are also interested in reducing our carbon emission while traveling, to continue taking care of the environment for the benefit of all and that is why we regularly review our aircraft strategically choosing to retain only those which will be environmentally friendly with low carbon emissions," he said.

In addition, he said that the organization will continue to cooperate constructively with the communities of the native countries where they carry out their activities by starting various joint programs to help the communities.

"For this year, Air France-KLM will participate in implementing various social activities in taking care of the environment, and we will also be involved in community sports activities," said van der Ham.