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Case study: How Air France-KLM ensures flight safety
With two major hubs at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol, the Air France-KLM Group links Europe to the rest of the world, with 316 destinations in 115 countries. In 2014, Air France and KLM carried 87.4 million passengers. Aviation safety is thus an absolute priority.
Safety is a top priority for Air France-KLM Tweet This! and covers all measures taken to reduce the risks associated with aviation. Aviation security aims to combat criminal and terrorist acts against aircraft, employees and passengers. After measuring and setting targets, Air France-KLM took action to adhere to international aviation safety standards, upgrade and update Air France and KLM’s Safety Management Systems (SMS), promote a culture of safety – in 2014, three Flight Safety workshops, based on the re-enactment of a real event, brought together over 700 employees from all Air France divisions – and, also, protect customers, employees and assets through the Group’s security procedures – including measures such as risk analysis of Air France-KLM’s business and operations and the systematic inspection of aircraft, passengers, baggage, cargo and employees.
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