Air France-KLM has secured three new Airbus A350-900s for passenger operations.
The three units will operate for Air France and were approved by the board of directors. It means that the airline will see once flying 41 total Airbus A350s, an increase from the previous 38 total.
Per Cirium data, the airline has 204 aircraft in service, 66 on order and 21 in storage. Thus far, it has taken delivery of 20 A350-900. The largest series by units operated is the 777-300ER with 43, followed by the A320-200 with 39.
News that the airline had confirmed orders for three additional A350-900s came simultaneously with their commitment announced for the A350F. This freighter aircraft will replace Boeing 747-400s, operated by KLM Cargo and Martinair.