Air France-KLM and Kenya Airways terminate joint venture
Air France-KLM and Kenya Airways will terminate the joint venture next year. The cooperation will continue but will be less intensive than before. Cooperation on flights between Europe and Africa has been going on for years now. This makes it possible to coordinate flight times and fares. Ending the joint venture will give Kenya Airways more freedom to start collaborations with other airlines.
Member of SkyTeam
Air France, KLM and Kenya Airways will all remain members of SkyTeam. As a result, the cooperation remains in force. The airlines will continue to cooperate through codeshares on other flights. These are flights between Nairobi, Amsterdam and Paris. KLM has had a stake in Kenya Airways since 1996. Currently KLM still has an 8% share in Kenya Airways.
(c) Photo: Embraer – Kenya Airways