Air France-KLM has posted a slight dip in its October passenger traffic figures compared to a year ago.
The Franco-Dutch airline said that it carried a total number of 9.2 million passengers last month, down 0.1% from last year.
After a wave of Air France strikes that cost €335 million in 2018, the airline group has stabilised under chief executive Ben Smith, thanks to union deals that have increased both wage costs and operating flexibility.
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