Air France and KLM offer 143 weekly flights from Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Amsterdam Schiphol and Marseille to three destinations in Denmark: Aalborg, Billund and Copenhagen.
Through its partnership with Alitalia and its joint-venture agreement with Delta Airlines, Air France and KLM offer a wider range of destinations to their customers. By June of 2013, Delta Airlines will offer direct flights to Copenhagen from New York and Alitalia will offer them from Rome and Venice.
Ground services in Denmark
In Denmark, all Air France and KLM customers have access to self-service kiosks installed in the Aalborg, Billund and Copenhagen airports, as well as the Copenhagen central train station.
Business Class passengers and Flying Blue Elite Plus members enjoy access to lounges in the Copenhagen and Billund airports. As well Aalborg will offer a new lounge as of the summer season 2013.
Air France and KLM ticket offices are available to meet customer needs in the three Danish airports.
SkyPriority service is available at all three stations.
Air France and KLM offers for businesses
In Denmark, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs / SMBs) represent 92% of all companies in the country. Air France’s BlueBiz program was specially designed for these types of customers to optimize their travel budgets through the accumulation of Blue Credits, which are convertible into awards tickets. On each flight, the company accumulates Blue Credits and the employee earns miles in his/her individual Flying Blue account.
Additionally, the Air France Corporate Card, a universal means of payment for business travel, offers insurance and exclusive services. It also enables optimal tracking of business expenses.
Finally, choosing Air France and KLM for business travel, the partner company benefits from the sales services and attractive rates on all destinations with Air France, KLM, Alitalia, Delta Air Lines and Kenya Airways.
Air France and KLM in Denmark
The first Paris-Copenhagen route via Cologne and Hamburg was operated in 1926 by the Société Générale de Transport Aérien (SGTA). In 1933, Air France took over the routes of SGTA and Air Union. Today, the company offers 45 weekly flights to Denmark.
KLM opened the first Amsterdam to Copenhagen route in 1925. The company now offers more than 90 flights per week to three destinations in Denmark: Copenhagen, Billund and Aalborg.