Air France and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Flights Allow You to Book Your Next Trip with Peace of Mind

Fully refundable airline tickets

According to a survey, 84% of Canadians are willing to travel abroad and 88% of them cited the possibility of a refund as a key factor.

MONTRÉAL, March 23, 2021 / CNW Telbec / – Air France and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flying to and from Canada To provide transportation to critical travelers and cargo, anyone looking to plan a trip in 2021 can do so safely and with peace of mind.

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The flexible guidelines of the two Air France The airlines of the KLM Group remain valid for all bookings with a departure date before December 31, 2021. Whether a cancellation is triggered by a change in entry regulations for a destination, a family emergency, or simply a last-minute change in plans, everything is Air France and KLM tickets can be rebooked or refunded without having to provide any documentation explaining why. Cancellations must be made prior to departure.

“Our customers and partners have told us directly and the surveys have confirmed it. The vast majority of respondents dream of traveling again,” said Catherine Guillemart-Dias, Vice President and General Manager of Air France KLM Canada. “The fully flexible measures that we have introduced since the beginning of the pandemic are aimed at everyone who wants to implement their travel plans for the summer, autumn or Christmas holidays and then adjust their decision to the situation at the time.”

A policy that meets Canadians’ expectations

A Léger1 survey commissioned by the group in Canada The study carried out last November found that 84% of respondents can’t wait to travel abroad. Among the factors that would influence the choice of airline, ticket flexibility (100% refundable and rebooking at no extra charge) was cited as a key factor (88%). Among other things, increased health and safety measures along the entire travel chain in view of the current pandemic were one of the main problems of the respondents, including Covid tests, temperature checks before departure and masks worn by all passengers and crew members.

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1Survey conducted online from November 12-22, 2020 among 1,513 participants who were randomly selected from a panel.

Health and safety measures

Air France KLM Group has implemented the highest standards of hygiene throughout its travel chain, both in flight and on the ground: thorough cleaning of the aircraft including all contact surfaces – tray table, seat, armrests, screen, remote control, windows, overhead compartments, washrooms; social distancing signs and markers; Protective grille on service counters; non-contact temperature measurement; Back-to-front boarding; Health equipment on board; Adaptation of the on-board service to limit the interaction between passengers and crew. The cabins are equipped with HEPA filters that trap 99.99% of viruses and bacteria, and they are also sprayed with an approved virucidal product.

air France and KLM operations in Canada

Until further entry in Canada, in the France and in the Netherlands is reserved for essential trips and their foreigners. All three countries require negative Covid tests, forms and quarantines. air France and KLM continue to offer flights from Montreal (7 + 2), Toronto (3 + 7), Vancouver (1 + 2) and Calgary (3) and for a total of 24 weekly flights in March and April.

Travelers who need to connect via Schiphol or Charles de Gaulle In order to arrive at your destination, the entry requirements of your destination country and the requirements of must be met the Netherlands If you connect via Amsterdam. Individuals who need to travel must ensure that they meet the health and documentation requirements of each country. It is recommended to consult the following websites to determine the feasibility of a trip: and

The group’s flexible booking policy also includes provisions for key travelers who did not receive their Covid test results or tested positive prior to departure.

air France and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines operated in Canada for over 70 years. They employ 130 people in Montreal, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver.

The group also offers solutions for freight transport and aviation maintenance and is a member of the SkyTeam alliance with 19 member airlines.




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