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Air France KLM group wins Sustainability Award at Dubai Airports Excellence Awards

Posted 1 April 2020 · Add Comment

Air France KLM group was the winner of the Sustainability award for 2018 at the third annual Dubai Airports Excellence Awards held at Soho Beach Meydan, on 22 April 2019.

 

The award, which was presented by Dubai Airports CEO Paul Griffiths, was in recognition of the sustainability commitment of the group. This award follows on from the previous two excellence award events, in which Air France KLM was recognised for ‘Partnership’ and ‘On-time Performance’ (2016) and ‘Innovation’ (2017). The Dubai Airports Excellence Awards 2018 were open to airlines, concessionaires and business partners, recognising contributions across six categories.

Yeshwant Pawar, general manager for the Gulf, Saudi Arabia, Iran & Pakistan at Air France KLM, said: “The Air France KLM team is delighted to be recognised with an Excellence Award from Dubai Airports, for a third year running. Sustainability is now top of the agenda for the Air France KLM group and is firmly at the center of how we operate here, and the results of our commitment and innovation are being recognised. We are also pleased to be able to contribute to the extraordinary success and growth of Dubai Airports, and to its customer experience.”

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