Air France Looks To Tech To Avoid Covid-19 ‘Nightmare'
Cruising Heights|April - May 2021
Air France looks to tech to avoid Covid-19 ‘nightmare’ Air France is moving full speed ahead on finding technology solutions to the myriad of Covid-19 travel restrictions that will likely be in place for the busy summer travel season ahead.

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