Air France-KLM and Amadeus renewed a full-content deal that now includes travel agency sales of Air France's "New Economy Offer," - Business Travel News

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January 10, 2013 - 10:45 AM ET

Air France-KLM and Amadeus renewed a full-content deal that now includes travel agency sales of Air France's "New Economy Offer," the companies announced. Amadeus-connected agents now can sell to customers the new fares, which are available on short- and medium-haul routes, are cheaper than what the airline describes as "the all-inclusive classic product," do not earn loyalty program points and are "aimed at customers traveling without checked baggage."

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