Old Jan 24, 01, 6:39 am
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Shall I take the lack of messages that Wings, and any hope of KLM forming a worldclass partnership, is now dead.

The rapidly declining KLM service standards only add to this impression.
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Old Jan 24, 01, 6:58 am
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Was it ever really "alive"?
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Old Jan 28, 01, 6:10 am
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I would like to think so...

I wondered what KLM will do after they split with AZ.

I notice that NW still seems to be codesharing with AZ, and so I can hope for a remarriage between KL + AZ

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Old Jan 29, 01, 8:15 am
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"Wings" is very much alive, just not formally named as such.

I've read that NW and AZ are strengthening their ties and will form a much more closely alligned partnership shortly.

I've read that with the Italian government giving the green light to MXP as a hub, that KL will likely resume talks about a merger with Alitalia.

This will give the go ahead for Wings with AZ/CO/KL and NW at the core, and BU/EW/CY/AS/QX/HA/MH/JD/CA (and a host of other airlines I'm sure I'm forgetting) as other "wings" partners.
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