Air France-KLM is an European airline holding company incorporated under French law with its headquarters at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport near Paris, France.
It is the largest airline company in the world in terms of total operating revenues, and also the largest in the world in terms of passenger-kilometres.
The company's CEO is since 1 January 2009 Pierre-Henri Gourgeon, following Jean-Cyril Spinetta.
Both Air France and KLM are members of the SkyTeam airline alliance. They offer a frequent flyer program called Flying Blue. The company's namesake airlines rely on two major hubs: Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, near Paris, and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, near Amsterdam.