Air France KLM has appointed Asia Pacific Public Relations to provide communications for Australia and New Zealand.
Air France KLM, one of the world’s largest airline groups, announced today the appointment of aviation and tourism specialist Asia Pacific Public Relations to provide a range of communications services for both carriers in Australia and New Zealand.
Members of the SkyTeam global airline alliance, Air France and KLM are two of the largest airlines in Europe and two of the strongest airline brands in the world. Together, they operate a fleet of 594 aircraft to 236 destinations, offering a daily average of 2500 flights per day.
From Australia and New Zealand, Air France and KLM offer a combined total of more than 135 flights per week, all through code share arrangements with a range of partner airlines.
Both carriers offer flights from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Auckland, connecting in Asia with their own onward services to Europe.
In addition to code share arrangements, Air France and KLM have a wide range of commercial agreements with other carriers, enabling them to offer fares to Europe from additional destinations, or other deals from the cities listed above.
Air France flies to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport while KLM flies to Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, both major gateways in Europe. From these cities, the two airlines offer onward service to their global networks, including over 150 destinations in Europe and more than 50 in Africa, a major market not just for tourism but increasingly for the mining, oil and gas exploration industries.
Asia Pacific Public Relations has strong credentials in the air transport industry, providing specialist communications services to international and domestic airlines, air charter, executive aviation and air freight companies, aircraft manufacturers and aviation support companies.
Source: Asia Pacific Public Relations