Air France Takes Delivery Of The 350th Airbus A350

Simple Flying | February 05, 2020

Air France Takes Delivery Of The 350th Airbus A350
French national flag carrier Air France has taken delivery of the 350th, A350 from European planemaker Airbus yesterday, Tuesday, February 4th, 2020. In recognition of the history of French aviation, the 350th Airbus A350 to roll off the production line in Toulouse will proudly be sporting the red, white and blue colors of Air France. Having decided to return to the tradition of naming aircraft, Air France has called the latest member of its fleet “Nice” in tribute to the city on the French Riviera.

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The importance of airline partnerships has grown consistently over the past twenty years, and PROS RTDP has continued to evolve to meet the demands of a shifting industry. The system currently allows airlines to distribute the content of their partners using the latest technical interline agreement standards.