Air France KLM release new Economy Class Fare Structure

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Air France KLM is introducing a new fare structure based on offering simplicity to the customer by having a greater choice of fares. All fares are now available in the full range of booking classes ensuring first and last seat availability.

What’s more, fares can now be combined within the same fare family.


For the price conscious customer who travels light and whose plans do not require full flexibility.


Offering key attributes for customers who, for example, need to check in baggage when making their travel plans.


Offers full flexibility plus SkyPriority to ensure the customer a smooth and efficient experience at the airport.

*One piece of checked baggage (23kg).

Contracted and BlueBiz accounts will no longer receive 1 complimentary bag on KLM European flights for tickets issued after 01/04/2017

** SkyPriority offers customers a series of specialised in-airport services: Priority check-in, baggage drop-off, boarding and baggage handling, priority service at airport ticket offices and transfer desks, and where available priority lines at security and immigration.

Benefits of being a BlueBiz Customer

Blue Credits can be used for upgrades 

Yes, BlueBiz members can pay for an upgrade with Blue Credits by logging into with the account details or by contacting the BlueBiz Service Desk on tel. 0870 243 0542 (09:00 to

17:30 Mon-Fri). This must be done at least 5 days before departure (the time necessary to process your request). Upgrades can only be applied on Published Fares with fares allowing changes.

It is possible to use Blue Credits to pay for ancillary products such as selecting a seat, choosing a meal, etc.

Blue Credits can be used for the following:

Air France: baggage, Economy Class Standard Seat Selection, Seat Plus, A La Carte menu, Time to Think

KLM: baggage, Economy Class Standard Seat Selection, Economy Comfort seat

BlueBiz members benefit from a free name change.

Yes, one full name change is authorised free of charge on tickets issued by Air France or KLM, and now in even more booking classes.

A traveller can earn Flying Blue Miles as well as the Bluebiz member earning Blue Credits.

Yes, BlueBiz and Flying Blue are the perfect combination. On one and the same ticket, companies earn Blue Credits and Flying Blue members earn Miles. What’s more, a traveller holding a BlueBiz Award ticket will still benefit from their Flying Blue advantages and earn Miles.

For any queries regarding the updates to the Air France KLM fare updates please contact your consultant.