The Air France–KLM (AFI KLM) Group has signed a memorandum of understanding for 60 A220-300 aircraft to modernise its fleet as it revealed its operating income for the second quarter of 2019 rose 15.6% to €400 million. The introduction of the A220-300 aircraft will see, the earlier than planned, retirement of all 10 A380 superjumbos from its 541-plane fleet, as the airline aims to improve the airline’s short and medium-haul flight options; as well as trim its fuel costs which are still high. AFI KLM has said it expects to trim its fuel bill increase for the full year 2019
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