Performance of Air France-KLM's business segments during the coronavirus pandemicAir France-KLM's main activities are passenger transport and air freight, as well as aircraft maintenance and servicing. Due to travel restrictions imposed by governments to control the spread of the coronavirus, the airline generated only 11.1 billion euros worth of revenue in 2020. Approximately 6.6 billion euros thereof were achieved through passenger transport and 2.6 billion euros through air freight transport. Transavia is the largest of the wholly owned Air France-KLM subsidiaries. Launched by the group for medium-haul flights in 2007, the budget airline generated only 606 million euros in passenger traffic in 2020. Other subsidiaries of the group are Hop!, Joon, and Martinair.
The Air France-KLM Group fleet and workforceAir France-KLM boasts a fleet of 530 passenger planes: 170 for long-haul flights, 252 for medium-haul flights, and 108 for regional flights. Six more aircraft are available for cargo services. The group has eight Airbus A380-800 available for long-haul destinations. With 139 planes, the Boeing 737 model is the predominant type of aircraft in the medium-haul segment.
In 2021, Air France-KLM's staff consisted of approximately 71,469 full-time employees. With 44,810 people, ground staff accounted for the largest share of the workforce by far. Around 23,460 people were employed as cabin crew and 8,550 as cockpit crew.