Air France KLM has announced that it saw a rise in its profits created by people using its service in the past half year.
People planning to take flights to South Africa with Air France KLM could help the company to record even higher revenue numbers after it announced a rise in profits during the first half year.
Recording the number of people who travelled on its flights from the start of the financial year on April 1st to the end of September, the carrier saw a 5.2 per cent increase in its revenues.
The board of directors of Air France-KLM, chaired by Jean-Cyril Spinetta, said that the company needs to focus on three key areas to increase growth.
He explained that this will include increasing competitiveness, a restructuring of its short and medium-haul activity and a reduction in the business’ debts.
Earlier this month, Air France had reported that more people were taking flights to South Africa and other nations with the carrier, with a 5.7 per cent rise in traffic recorded during the third quarter of the year.
Written by Ruth Norris