Air France welcomes latest widebody

Air France took delivery of its 70th Boeing 777 today (26 April) – a B777-300.
The carrier now boasts a B777 fleet consisting of 43 777-300s, 25 777-200ERs and two 777 freighters.
The 777, which first joined the Air France inventory in 1998, is the mainstay of the airline’s long-haul fleet.
With a fleet of 96 777s, the Air France-KLM Group is the world’s second-largest operator of this type of aircraft.

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