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Air France-KLM SA (AFLYY)

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4.5565-0.1035 (-2.22%)
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Previous close4.6600
Bid0.0000 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's range4.5565 - 4.6900
52-week range3.0900 - 6.8800
Avg. volume24,749
Market cap2.923B
Beta (5Y monthly)2.19
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-18.8590
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date14 Jul 2008
1y target est2.90
  • Globe Newswire

    Declaration of number of voting rights

    Declaration of number of voting rights Information relating to the total number of voting rights and shares as required by L.233-8 II of the code of commerce and article 223-16 of the general rules of the French market authority (AMF). DateNumber of sharesTotal number of voting rights 30/09/2021642,634,034Theoretical number of voting rights1:860,726,267 1 Our theoretical number of voting rights includes all the voting rights, including the double voting rights Attachment CP Droitsdevote_30sep21_

  • Reuters

    Air France-KLM eyes capital options, U.S. bookings surge

    Air France-KLM is looking at raising fresh funds soon after completing a share issue earlier this year, bolstered by a positive trend in bookings since the United States announced a reopening to Europeans, its chief executive said on Wednesday. "We did at our annual general meeting in May request from our shareholders flexibility on how we could look to recapitalise the group," CEO Ben Smith told reporters. In April, Smith said Air France-KLM may raise more capital to bolster its balance sheet and reduce debt as travel begins to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Reuters

    Air France-KLM unveils tiny A220 jet in superjumbo's shadow

    PARIS (Reuters) -Air France took delivery of its first compact Airbus A220 jetliner on Tuesday, pledging greater comfort and lower emissions on short routes as its Franco-Dutch parent pushes ahead with a broader fleet shake-up to streamline costs. The French airline, part of the Franco-Dutch Air France-KLM group, said the 148-seat, Canadian-designed jet would reduce fuel consumption and emissions by 20% after entering European service with a flight to Berlin on Oct 31. Air France ordered 60 of the planes in 2019, with options for at least 30 more, to replace the smallest members of the Airbus single-aisle portfolio, the A318 and A319.