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All data below refer to the Key Figures 2012 (January 1 - December 31)

Key Figures 2012

Revenues (€ billion)

  • 2011: 24.36
  • 2012: 25.63

 

Operating income/(loss) (€ million)

  • 2011: -353 (*) Pro forma
  • 2012: -300

 

Net debt (€ billion)

  • 31/12/2011: 6.52
  • 31/12/2012: 5.97

 

Revenues by business (€ billion)

  • Passenger: 20.19
  • Cargo: 3.06
  • Maintenance: 1.10
  • Others: 1.29

 

Load factors - Passenger

  • 2011: 82.0%
  • 2012: 83.1%

 

Load factors - Cargo

  • 2011: 66.4%
  • 2012: 64.5%
 

Our priorities for 2014

  • A return to profitability
  • A 10% reduction in unit costs
  • A €2 billion reduction in net debt

     

 

Our Assets

  • 2 of the largest European hubs; Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol
  • The leading international long-haul network on departure from Europe
  • Strategic partnership agreements
  • Ongoing investment in products and services

 

A modern fleet

  • average age of long-haul aircraft: 10.3 years
  • average age of medium-haul aircraft: 9.2 years

 

A balanced network - (% of scheduled passenger revenues by geography)

  • Europe (incl. France) : 30%
  • Americas: 29%
  • Asia: 20%
  • Africa / Middle East: 14%
  • Carribean / Indian Ocean: 7%

     

 

The Trans-Atlantic joint-venture (AF-KLM-Delta-Alitalia)

  • More than 260 daily flights
  • 24% of Europe-United States capacity
  • 17 million passengers transported
  • 12 billion dollars of revenue
  • 7 main hubs: Amsterdam - Paris CDG - Atlanta - Detroit - Minneapolis - New-York and Rome-Fiumicino

     

 

Stockholder breakdown (at 31-12-2012)

  • French State: 16%
  • Employees: 10%
  • Other: 73%
  • Treasury stock: 1%

     

 

Stock market listing

  • Euronext Paris & Amsterdam: CaCmid60, Euronext 150, DJ Eurostoxx, AEX
  • Sustainable development: DJSI World, DJSI Stoxx, ADPI Eurozone, FTSE 4 Good, Ethibel Sustainability, Index Excellence Global
 

Building the Future

In 2013, the Group is pursuing its strategic investment to offer innovative products and services wich are adapted to elvolving customer needs. It is also developing strategic partnerships and further extending its long-haul network, the leading network on departure from Europe.

The Group's employees are driving this transformation by enabeling the implementation of new working conditions and action plans, thereby building the future of Air France-KLM.

Backed by these strenghts, the Group plans to re-affirm its leadership position within the air transport industry at global level.

 
Publication date : 21 October 2013