Alexandre de Juniac - Air France-KLM

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Nations all over the world can close their borders and close or open their (airspace). But we would like the normal connectivity to be re-established, the sooner the better.feedback
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Jun 07 2017
Alexandre de Juniac has been quoted 47 times. The one recent article where Alexandre de Juniac has been quoted is Arab rift deepens woes for Gulf airlines. Most recently, Alexandre de Juniac was quoted as having said, “It completely surprised all of us.”.
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May 17 2017 - United Airlines passenger removal

These alternative measures would also avoid the concentration of lithium battery-powered devices in the cargo hold of passenger aircraft which is deemed to create an additional safety threat.feedback

May 16 2017

The responses of Canada, the EU and Australia to the same intelligence demonstrate that a ban on large electronic devices in the cabin is not the only way forward.feedback

May 03 2017 - Lufthansa

Optimism is returning to the industry as the business stabilizes after many years in the doldrums. There is, however, still much lost ground to recover while facing the dual headwinds of rising fuel and labor costs.feedback

Apr 06 2017

Although we remain concerned over the impact of any travel restrictions or closing of borders, we have not seen the attempted U.S. ban on travel from six countries translate into an identifiable traffic trend. The introduction of restrictions on the carry-on of large electronic devices was a missed opportunity and the result was a measure that cannot stand-up to the scrutiny of public confidence in the long term.feedback

Mar 28 2017

The current measures are not an acceptable long-term solution to whatever threat they are trying to mitigate. Even in the short term it is difficult to understand their effectiveness. We call on governments to work with the industry to find a way to keep flying secure without separating passengers from their personal electronics.feedback

Mar 14 2017

The UAE carriers will have a year that is probably below 2016.feedback

Mar 06 2017

That's the unintended consequence of a proposed regulation requiring airlines to display certain ancillary information through the travel agent channel. It is not the business of government to regulate the information exchange between the customers and the airlines. They [the government] don't have to tell us what type of information – what our ancillary revenue is or options we can provide – and how we communicate with customers.feedback

Feb 02 2017

Demand for air travel is still expanding. The challenge for governments is to work with the industry to meet that demand with infrastructure that can accommodate the growth, regulation that facilitates growth and taxes that don't choke growth.feedback

Feb 01 2017

In terms of demand, 2016 was a good year for air cargo. That was boosted by solid year-end performance. Looking ahead, strong export orders are good news. But there are headwinds. The most significant is stagnant world trade which also faces the risk of protectionist measures.feedback

Jan 11 2017 - Terrorism

The threat of terrorism, questions over the durability of the economic upswing, rising oil prices and increasing protectionist rhetoric are among the concerns.feedback

Dec 08 2016

The airlines are in a better shape to remain profitable while facing these challenges.feedback

Dec 07 2016

It remains to be seen how long this growth trend will endure after the year-end peak period and we still face headwinds from weak global trade.feedback

Dec 07 2016 - OPEC

While the negative traffic impact from terror attacks and political instability in parts of the world has receded, the long downward trend in yield - which helped to stimulate travel - has leveled off.feedback

Nov 04 2016

September's growth in passenger demand was healthy. Importantly, this rebound from August weakness suggests that travel demand is showing its resilience in the aftermath of terror attacks.feedback

Oct 06 2016

Lower airfares are a major factor sustaining demand for air travel, but the lingering impact of terrorist attacks in Europe earlier in the year reminds us that the aviation industry is vulnerable to many external factors beyond its control.feedback

Oct 05 2016

August numbers showed improvements in cargo demand. While this is good news, the underlying market conditions make it difficult to have long-term optimism.feedback

Sep 28 2016

Unruly and disruptive behavior is simply not acceptable. The anti-social behavior of a tiny minority of customers can have unpleasant consequences for the safety and comfort of all on board.feedback

Sep 27 2016 - Nigeria

Up to now, we haven't been able to have a unified approach without breaking anti-trust rules. The question is (whether you can have) a unified approach to say to the state: 'You are not fulfilling your basic obligations to pay us,'.feedback

Sep 22 2016 - Venezuela

We urge the U.S. government to quickly grant airlines immunity to discuss joint action to keep Venezuela connected.feedback

Sep 07 2016

Demand was stimulated by lower fares which, in turn, were supported by lower oil prices.feedback

Sep 06 2016

The industry is ready. There is really no reason for governments not to volunteer.feedback

Sep 06 2016 - Carbon

What is most important is that the substance of the negotiating text will allow for meaningful management of aviation's carbon footprint.feedback

Sep 06 2016

July was a positive month for air freight - which is an all too rare occurrence. Despite that, we must recognise that we face some strong headwinds on fundamental aspects of the business.feedback

Apr 02 2015 - Air France

Accident or incident statistics are very closely followed by everyone in the air transport industry, and they don't show that. In other words, low-cost carriers are no less safe, and it cannot be claimed that they are not as safe. What happened to Germanwings is a very, very special case, really exceptional in my opinion, and should not be linked in any way to the character of the airline.feedback

Mar 26 2013

We need the marketing and commercial strength under a new brand name which embodies dynamism, youth, creativity, marketing. We thought there was a strong need for that.feedback

Jan 07 2013 - Air France

At the moment, Air France is in the middle of big changes, with very limited resources, and that means we have to be extremely careful.feedback

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