Bailout will keep Air France-KLM afloat for less than year: CEO

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2020/09/21 | 348 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | AIR TRANSPORT
Bailout will keep Air France-KLM afloat for less than year: CEO © Air France

Bailouts provided to Air France-KLM by the French and Dutch governments will keep the airline flying less than a year, its CEO Benjamin Smith said Monday and evoked the possibility of injecting new capital.In an interview with the French daily l'Opinion, Smith also warned that calls for airlines to contribute more to fight climate change could be catastrophic for their survival which is already under threat due to the coronavirus pandemic.When countries imposed lockdowns earlier this year to...(…)

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