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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Anne-Marie Couderc

68 2018 Non-Executive Chairman of the Board

Benjamin Smith

2018 Chief Executive Officer, Air France CEO

Pieter Elbers

48 2018 Deputy Chief Executive Officer, President and Chief Executive Officer of KLM, Member of the Group Executive Committee

Franck Terner

58 2018 Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Group Executive Committee

Frederic Gagey

62 2018 Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Board

Jean-Christophe Lalanne

51 2015 Executive Vice-President Information Technology, Member of the Executive Committee

Patrick Alexandre

63 2013 Executive Vice-President Commercial, Sales & Alliances, Member of the Group Executive Committee

Sonia Barriere

2018 Executive Vice-President, Strategy and Innovation, Member of the Group Executive Committee

Pieter Bootsma

49 2018 Executive Vice-President Commercial & Revenue, Member of the Group Executive Committee

Anne Brachet

2016 Executive Vice-President, Engineering & Maintenance, Member of the Group Executive Committee

Marcel de Nooijer

48 2016 Executive Vice-President Cargo, Member of the Executive Committee

Alexandre Boissy

44 Secretary of the Group Executive Committee, Chief of Staff

Anne-Sophie Le Lay

2018 Member of the Group Executive Committee, Corporate Secretary

Rene de Groot

49 2015 Chief Operating Officer, KLM; Member of the Group Executive Committee

Mathi Bouts

58 2017 Director - Representing the Employees

Jean-Dominique Comolli

70 2013 Director

Paul Farges

47 2018 Director - Representing the Flight Deck Crew

Solenne Lepage

46 2013 Director - Representing the French State

George Mattson

52 2017 Director – Permanent Representative of Delta Air Lines, Inc.

Francois Robardet

60 2016 Director - Representing the Ground Staff and Cabin Crew

Hans Smits

68 2016 Director

Bing Tang

51 2017 Director

Patrick Vieu

53 2015 Director

Maryse Aulagnon

69 2010 Independent Director

Leni Boeren

54 2017 Independent Director

Isabelle Bouillot

69 2013 Independent Director

Jaap de Hoop Scheffer

70 2011 Independent Director

Anne-Marie Idrac

66 2017 Independent Director

Isabelle Parize

60 2014 Independent Director

Alexander Wynaendts

57 2016 Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

Anne-Marie Couderc

Mrs. Anne-Marie Couderc has served as Non-Executive Chairman of the Board of AIR FRANCE KLM SA since May 15, 2018. She has previously been Independent Director of the Company since May 19, 2016. She is Chair of the Appointments and Governance Committee and Member of the Audit Committee. Anne-Marie Couderc, a graduate in private law, holds a French Professional Lawyer’s Certificate (Certificat d’Aptitude a la Profession d’Avocat). Ms. Couderc began her career in 1972 as a lawyer with the Paris Bar. She then became Chief Legal Officer in Hachette’s industrial division between 1979 and 1982, before fulfilling different functions within the Lagardere Group from 1982 to 1995: she was successively Deputy General Secretary, Director of Human Resources and Communication, then Deputy CEO of the Hachette Filipacchi Associes (Press Division). In 1997, she was named Chief Executive Officer followed, from 2006 to 2010, Secretary-General of Lagardere Active (press and audiovisual activities). From 2011 to 2017, she was Chair of the Presstalis Group (press distribution). She has been company director since June 30, 2017. In parallel, Anne-Marie Couderc has pursued a political career: having been elected to the Paris Council in 1983, until 2001 she successively served as Advisor then Deputy to the Mayor of Paris between 1989 and 2001. Having been elected a Deputy of the French National Assembly in 1993, she subsequently joined the government in 1995 where she was appointed Secretary of State to the Prime Minister, responsible for Employment, then Minister for Employment and Social Affairs, responsible for Employment, until 1997. Ms. Couderc is an Officer of the Legion of Honor and of the National Order of Merit. She serves as Director and President of the Remuneration Committee of Ramsay Generale de Sante since 2014; director of Transdev SA since 2012 and President of the Audit Committee of Transdev SA since 2017; among others.

Benjamin Smith

Mr. Benjamin Smith has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of AIR FRANCE KLM SA, effective as of September 17, 2018. Since September 27, 2018 he has served also as interim CEO of Air France within company. He is senior air transport industry executive at international level. He has spent the last twenty years at Air Canada, where he was President Airlines and Chief Operating Officer. He began in 1990 at Air Ontario in parallel with his studies and in 1992 set up his own retail corporate travel agency. He helmed this entrepreneurial experience for eight years. In 1999, he also simultaneously took on a consultancy role for Air Canada before finally joining the group in 2002. Since 2002, he has filled a number of positions at Air Canada. He was successively Chief Commercial Officer and Head of Network Planning, before joining the Air Canada executive management team in 2007. Benjamin Smith was also the prime mover behind Air Canada Rouge, Air Canada`s low-cost brand. Benjamin Smith has been deeply involved in social dialogue at Air Canada. He personally oversaw, with the Human Resources Division, the collective bargaining talks with trade unions. In 2014, he was appointed President Airlines (Air Canada, Rouge, Express, Cargo) and Chief Operating Officer of the Air Canada Group. He took on overall responsibility for sales, operations, and customer service for the Group. He has also spearheaded Air Canada`s operational and financial performance strategy.

Pieter Elbers

Mr. Pieter J. TH. Elbers has served as Deputy Chief Executive Officer, President and Chief Executive Officer of KLM, Member of the Group Executive Committee at Air France KLM SA since May 15, 2018. He has previously been Member of the Executive Committee and President and Chief Executive Officer of KLM at Air France KLM SA since October 15, 2014. Mr. Elbers has 20 years of experience in air transport having worked for KLM. He previously was Member of the Executive Committee of the Company, Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Chief Executive Officer of KLM from May 23, 2012. He was also SVP Network & Alliances, VP Network Planning, General Manager KLM Japan & Korea and General Manager KLM Mediterranean. He is Member of the Supervisory Boards of Marfo B.V. (Food) and Transavia Airlines B.V., as well as Member of Advisory Board of The National Aerospace Laboratory of the Netherlands (NLR), International Advisory Board of International Institute of Air & Space Law (IIASL) and College Dutch Aerospace. He graduated at the Open University of Amsterdam (Master in Business Administration) and the Academy of Venlo (Bachelor in Logistics Management).

Franck Terner

Mr. Franck Terner has served as Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Group Executive Committee at Air France KLM SA since May 15, 2018. He has previously been Member of the Group Executive Committee and Chief Executive Officer of Air France at Air France KLM SA since November 2, 2016. He has previously served as Executive Vice-President Engineering and Maintenance, Member of the Executive Committee at Air France KLM SA since January 1, 2013. He is a graduate of Ecole Nationale Superieure Electroniques et Application (ENSEA) and of Conservatoire National des Arts et Metiers (CNAM) and of the Institut d'Administration des Enterprises (IAE) de Paris. He joined Air France in 2000 as Head of Maintenance of the Air France medium-haul fleet and was appointed Head of Aircraft Maintenance at Regional, Air France subsidiary in 2002. He later served as Executive Vice President Operations and Support at Regional (2007), Chief Operating Officer at Regional (2008) and Vice President Air France industries (2010). Before joining the Company he worked in various positions including Production Engineer for Concorde (1988), Head of Scheduling and Planning at the Maintenance Division (1989) and Head of Production at Repair Workshops for on board equipment (1992), among others.

Frederic Gagey

Mr. Frederic Gagey has been Chief Financial Officer and Member of the Group Executive Committee at Air France KLM SA since November 2016 and was appointed interim Chief Executive Officer of the Company from May 15, 2018 to September 17, 2018. He has previously been Member of the Executive Committee and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Air France within Air France KLM SA since July 1, 2013. He served as Executive Vice President Fleet Management and Purchasing and Member of the Executive Committee of Air France KLM SA from January 1, 2013, as well as Chief Financial Officer of Air France subsidiary of the Company. Previously, he served as Executive Vice President - Fleet Management and Member of the Executive Committee of the Company, as well as Chief Financial Officer of Air France, between March 12, 2012 and January 1, 2013. Mr. Gagey has 19 years of experience in the air transport industry, working for Air Inter, Air France and KLM. Mr. Gagey began his career at the French Bureau of Statistics (INSEE) and in the Ministry of Finance. Between September 1994 and April 1997, he held the positions of Vice President Budget and Control at Air Inter. Following the merger between Air Inter and Air France in April 1997, Mr. Gagey was appointed Vice President for privatization and financial communication at Air France. A graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and the ENSAE School of Economics, Statistics and Finance, he holds a Master’s Degree in Economics from the Universite de Paris I.

Jean-Christophe Lalanne

Mr. Jean-Christophe Lalanne has served as Executive Vice-President Information Technology and Member of the Group Executive Committee of Air France KLM SA since 2015. He previously was Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Information Systems and Member of the Executive Committee at the Company from October 1, 2012. He has led numerous assignments in the area of information systems architecture and technologies within the Alcatel group, Sema group and subsequently at Ernst & Young consultants. At the time of Ernst & Young’s merger with Cap Gemini in 2000, he occupied several executive functions within Cap Gemini France. In 2004, he joined Air France-KLM as assistant to the Group’s general manager of information systems. He oversaw IT strategy and contributed to the integration of the Air France and KLM information systems. Mr. Lalanne is a graduate of Telecom Paris (Telecom ParisTech) and IAE Paris Sorbonne (Institut d'Administration des Entreprises de Paris).

Patrick Alexandre

Mr. Patrick Alexandre has been Executive Vice-President Commercial, Sales & Alliances, Member of the Group Executive Committee of Air France KLM SA since July 1, 2013. He is a graduate of Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris and from the Institut Superieur des Affaires. He joined the Company in 1982. He held various positions within the Company, including Sales Manager for Italy (1984), General Manager for Switzerland, Austria and Central Europe (1992), Senior Vice President Air France Europe in charge of international sales (1996) and Chairman and CEO of Servair (2008), among others.

Sonia Barriere

Ms. Sonia Barriere has been Executive Vice-President, Strategy and Innovation, Member of the Group Executive Committee at AIR FRANCE KLM SA since 2018. Sonia Barriere, a graduate of the top French Business school Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussees and the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (USA), is a specialist in Travel and Transportation, having held several international positions in strategy, sales & marketing, operations and technology in this sector. Previously at Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT), she held the position of Vice President Traveler Services EMEA (operations) where she led global strategic, transformational and digitalization initiatives. Then, as Vice President Global Sales Effectiveness, she implemented a new global function aimed at improving performance and commercial efficiency. Finally, she led strategic initiatives for the group as Vice President Strategic Program. Before joining CWT, she spent 7 years with Avis Europe plc then Avis Budget Group. She was Director of Strategy for France and then Director of Strategy and Key Group Initiatives for Avis Europe plc based in the UK. She notably led strategy planning and the transformation program and launched the car sharing venture. She was then in charge of the Marketing, Leisure Sales and Customer Relations activities for Western Europe. Prior to these roles, Sonia Barriere held positions in France at a consulting boutique specialized in Supply Chain Management and in the US in the development of software at Sabre then at its spinoff logistics.com, then as an industrial engineer with Saint-Gobain.

Pieter Bootsma

Mr. Pieter D. Bootsma has been Executive Vice-President Commercial & Revenue, Member of the Group Executive Committee at Air France KLM SA since 2018. He has previously been Executive Vice-President Commercial – Strategy, Member of the Executive Committee of Air France KLM SA since July 1, 2013. He was nominated in KLM’s Executive Committee in 2011. Since January 2013 Mr. Bootsma has been nominated as member of the Air France KLM Executive Committee Mr. Bootsma graduated from the Technical University of Twente (Business Engineering & Management Science, Applied Mathematics, 1992) and holds a PhD in Business Engineering & Management Science (Airline Flight Schedule Development, analysis and design tools for European hinterland hubs, Technical University of Twente, 1997). He is an alumnus of Columbia University, New York (TGM, 2004). He was board member of Airline Tariff Publishing Company (ATPCO, Washington, USA from 2004 until 2009). Mr. Bootsma has joined KLM in 1995 and worked in the area of network planning and schedule development until 2000. Then he joined Pricing & Revenue Management, first being responsible for Europe (2000), later for the North Atlantic NW/KL JV (2003) and as of June 2004, he holds worldwide responsibility for KLM’s Pricing & Revenue Management activities. In 2008 he was appointed as first responsible for both Air France and KLM in the area of Pricing & Revenue Management. In April 2011, he became responsible for Marketing, Revenue Management and Network (MRN) for KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. Since 2013 he holds similar responsibilities for the Air France KLM Group, including various commercially strategic relevant activities.

Anne Brachet

Ms. Anne Brachet has been Executive Vice-President, Engineering & Maintenance, Member of the Group Executive Committee at Air France KLM SA since November 2016. She previously served as Member of the Executive Committee and Executive Vice President of Engineering and Maintenance at Air France KLM SA from August 22, 2013 till 2014. With a diploma in engineering, a post-graduate diploma in business management and another in management studies, Anne Brachet began her career as quality manager at Delpeyrat. She then moved to Servair, an Air France group subsidiary specialized in catering and airport ground services, where between 1994 and 1998 she was successively Head of Operations and Head of Sales, Overseas Airlines. She subsequently worked for Orgaconseil as a Senior Manager in the Industry and Services sector, returning once more to work for the Air France Group in 2000. After heading up the Aircraft supply chain until May 2004, she was subsequently appointed to run the Le Bourget Maintenance Centre, where she was mostly involved with Through Life support for the French Air Force's fleet of AWACS surveillance aircraft, and with Special Fleets, and Aerostructures maintenance. n June 2005, Anne Brachet was appointed Head of the Air France Industries Engine Overhaul Division and has helped oversee major industrial development projects such as the integration of new generation products (GE90 and GP7200) and the construction of new maintenance facilities, including the Constellation engine shop at Orly, and Zephyr, the new engine test cell, at Roissy-CDG. In December 2012, she was appointed SVP Engineering and Airframe for AFI, before taking the helm at Air France Industries in 2013.

Marcel de Nooijer

Mr. Marcel de Nooijer has been Executive Vice-President Cargo and Member of the Group Executive Committee at AIR FRANCE KLM SA since December 2016. He holds a Business Administration and Management degree from the Erasmus University (Rotterdam) and a Master of Science in Geology from the Utrecht University. He joined KLM in 1995 and has gained commercial and operational experience working in various positions at KLM, and its cargo division, as well as at Air France-KLM. He has been General Manager South East Asia & South West Pacific of KLM from 2000 to 2003, Vice President EMEA KLM Cargo from 2003 to 2006, Vice President Europe Air France-KLM Cargo from 2006 to 2009. He took the position of Vice President Commercial Europe & North Africa Air France-KLM, from 2009 to 2012. Marcel de Nooijer was appointed as Managing Director at Martinair Holland and Member of Executive Committee of KLM in 2013. Since November 2013, he is Executive Vice President KLM Cargo.

Alexandre Boissy

Mr. Alexandre Boissy serves as Secretary of the Group Executive Committee, Chief of Staff at Air France KLM SA. Alexandre Boissy is a graduate of the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussees. He joined Air France in 1999. He held the position of Air France Operations Research Manager from 2011 to 2014, then Air France-KLM Operations Research Manager as from 2014.

Anne-Sophie Le Lay

Ms. Anne-Sophie Le Lay has been Member of the Group Executive Committee, Corporate Secretary at AIR FRANCE KLM SA since 2018. Anne-Sophie Le Lay holds a law degree from the Paris Bar and a Master's degree in Business Law and Real Estate Law. She began her professional career in 1996 as a lawyer specializing in Business Law and Real Estate Law in Paris. She then moved to Toronto (Canada) where she worked as a consultant in a law firm. In 2001, she joined the Legal Department of the Renault Group, initially responsible for the legal assembly of the sale of land at the former Billancourt plant. In 2007, she took charge of the environmental law, energy and real estate division. A year later, she was in charge of the Euromed region. In this capacity, she was part of the negotiating team with the Kingdom of Morocco for the implementation of the Tangiers plant. At the same time, she led transversal topics related to the Group's international development. Since 2011 she has been Legal Director of the Renault Group within the framework of the development of the Renault-Nissan Alliance. Anne-Sophie Le Lay is also Vice-President of the Montesquieu Circle, Association of Legal Directors and within this framework is Pedagogical Director of the Executive Master General Counsel, in partnership with Science Po Paris.

Rene de Groot

Mr. Rene de Groot has been Chief Operating Officer, KLM and Member of the Group Executive Committee at Air France KLM SA since January 2015. In this capacity, he is responsible for managing KLM's Passenger Activity. In 2012, he was appointed Senior Vice President Operations at KLM Engineering & Maintenance. From 1990 to 2012, Rene de Groot was a pilot for KLM. He was actively involved in the Dutch Airline Pilots Association, Vereniging van Nederlandse Verkeersvliegers, serving as its chairman for four years and member of the board for eleven years. He obtained his pilot license at the RLS in The Netherlands and completed an international management program at Darden Business School (USA).

Mathi Bouts

Mr. Mathi Bouts has been Director - Representing the Employees at AIR FRANCE KLM SA since October 10, 2017. He holds a Bachelor in mathematics and philosophy from the Catholic University of Nijmegen (The Netherlands). He joined KLM in 1987 as a steward. He previously occupied the positions of Chairman of KLM’s Works Council (where he was, in particular, member of the Financial Economic Committee) and Vice- Chairman of the Air France - KLM European Works Council until 2010. Since 2011, he has been Chair of the Dutch foundation MNO (Stichting MultiNationale Ondernemingsradenoverleg), a network of works councils in multinationals. Mathi Bouts has been a Senior Purser on KLM long- haul flights since 2017. Previously, he was Member of the VNC Council Schiphol-Oost, Netherlands until 2017.

Jean-Dominique Comolli

Mr. Jean-Dominique Comolli has served as Director of Air France KLM SA since January 30, 2013. Previously, he was also Director, Representative of the French State of the Company from December 14, 2010 to October 1, 2012. Additionally, he is Director of France Televisions, representing the French State. He began his career in 1977 as a civil administrator before becoming a technical advisor at the French Ministry of Budget under Laurent Fabius, then a member of Prime Minister Pierre Mauroy’s staff. He occupied various positions within the Ministry of Budget before being appointed Director of Customs in 1989. Between 1993 and 2010, he was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Seita, Vice-Chairman of Altadis until 2005 and Chairman of the Board of Altadis between 2005 and 2010. In September 2010, he was appointed Commissioner for State Holdings, a position he was to occupy until October 2012. Mr. Comolli is currently an Honorary Civil Service Administrator. During his professional career, Mr. Comolli was also appointed as Director of SNCF until October 2012, EDF until November 2012, France Telecom until September 2012, as well as Member of the Areva Supervisory Board until September 2012, among others. He is a graduate of the Institut des Sciences Politiques de Paris and of the Ecole Nationale d'Administration and holds a Master’s degree in Economic Sciences. He is Member of the Appointments and Governance Committee and Remuneration Committee of the Company.

Paul Farges

Mr. Paul Farges has been Director - Representing the Flight Deck Crew at AIR FRANCE KLM SA since 2018. Paul Farges holds a degree in Air Traffic Control engineering from the Ecole Nationale d’Aviation Civile and a diploma as an airline pilot (ATPL). He began his career in 1994 as Head of the Aviation Sans Frontiere (ASF) mission in Angola before becoming an air traffic controller at the Centre en Route de la Navigation Aerienne Nord from March 1995 to June 1998. In 1999, he joined Air France where he was as a Pilot Officer on the B-737 until 2001, then on the B-747 from 2001 to 2007. He then became a Flight Captain on the A320 from 2007 to 2017. Since May 2017, he has been an airline pilot instructor.

Solenne Lepage

Ms. Solenne Lepage has been Director - Representing the French State at Air France KLM SA since March 21, 2013. She holds a philosophy degree and is graduate of the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris and the Ecole Nationale d’Administration. Having begun her career in 2002 within the Ministry of the Economy and Finance as a deputy civil administrator reporting to the heads of various offices (Public Banks, Energy, Chemicals, European Coordination and Strategy), between 2006 and 2009 she was Customer Relations Manager for Large Companies in the banking and insurance sector at HSBC France. In 2009, she became Head of the “EDF and Other Shareholdings” office in the Agency for State Shareholdings. Ms. Lepage was appointed Deputy Director, “Transport and Audiovisual”, at the Agency for State Shareholdings in October 8, 2012. She has been Director of Transportation Shareholdings at the Agency for State Shareholdings since August 22, 2014. She is Member of the Audit Committee of the Company. She currently serves as Director of SNCF Mobilites (ex SNCF), representing the French State; Director of ADP Group (ex-Aeroports de Paris), representing the French State; Director of the Regie Autonome des Transports Parisiens (RATP), representing the French State. She previously was Director of External Audiovisual for France until September 2013; Member of the Supervisory Board of Aeroports de la Cote d’Azur until May 2013; Member of the Supervisory Board of Grand Port Maritime du Havre, until March 2013; Director of the Societe de Financement et d’Investis - sement pour la Reforme et le Developpement (SOFIRED) until January 2013, among others.

George Mattson

Mr. George N. Mattson has been Director – Permanent Representative of Delta Air Lines, Inc. at AIR FRANCE KLM SA since October 3, 2017. George Mattson is the permanent representative on Air France - KLM’s Board of Directors of Delta Air Lines, Inc., a corporation formed under the laws of the State of Delaware having its registered office sis Delta Bld, Atlanta, GA USA 30354. George Mattson is a retired partner at Goldman Sachs & Co where he had a 19- year career. He has extensive experience in M&A, corporate finance and the capital markets. During this period, he also acquired extensive knowledge of the airline sector. He is now a private investor focused on acquiring and growing private industrial companies. George Mattson has been a member of Delta’s Board of Directors since 2012, where he chairs the Finance Committee and sits on the Nationality: American Personnel & Compensation and Corporate Governance Committees. He is Board member of Delta Air Lines, Inc.(1), USA; Board member of Injection Technologies Inc., Canada; Board member of Instant Channel Inc., USA; Board member of Tropic Ocean Airways, USA; Senior advisor of Comvest, Partners, USA; Senior advisor of Star Mountain Capital, USA. Previously, he was Chairman of Wilbanks Energy Logistics LLC, USA, until October 2015.

Francois Robardet

Mr. Francois Robardet has been Director - Representing the Ground Staff and Cabin Crew at AIR FRANCE KLM SA since December 6, 2016. He is Member of the Audit and Remuneration Committees. He is a graduate of the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts et Metiers. Mr. Robardet began his career in 1983 as a consulting engineer on management information systems within Compagnie Generale d’Informatique. In 1993, he joined Air Inter as an IT project manager before moving to Air France in 1997. He is Titular member (elected) of the Supervisory Board of the Aeropelican employee shareholder FCPE; and Titular member (elected) of the Supervisory Board of the Horizon Epargne Actions diversified savings fund and Manager of SCI Arcole 3.

Hans Smits

Mr. Hans N.J. Smits has served as Director of AIR FRANCE KLM SA since May 19, 2016. He is Member of the Remuneration Committee. Hans Smits holds a degree in Civil Engineering from the Technische Universiteit Delft in the Netherlands (1968-1973) and an M.A. in business administration from the Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (1973-1975). Mr. Smits began his career in the Delta Department of the Dutch Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management where, from 1975 to 1986, he occupied a number of management positions: he was successively appointed Head of the Policy Analysis Department in 1975, Head of the Policy Department in 1978, Head of the Hydraulic Department of the Delta Service in Zierikzee in 1980 and Head of the Business Economic Affairs department and a member of the Management Team in 1983. From 1985 to 1986 he served as Project Director for drafting of the White Paper on the privatization of the Dutch PTT. In 1986 he joined the Ministry of Economic Affairs as Vice Director-General for Services, Small and Medium-Sized Businesses and Planning. From 1988 to 1992, he continued his career within the Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management as Director- General for Transport then Secretary-General before being appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport (1992-1998). Between 1998 and 2002, he was Vice-Chairman then Chairman of the Rabobank Nederland Board of Directors. In 2003-2004, he was a director of Arthur D. Little Benelux then, from 2005 to 2014, he was President and CEO of Havenbedrijf Rotterdam NV (“Port of Rotterdam Authority”), having held this position on an interim basis from September 1, 2004 until December 31, 2004. Since 2014, Mr. Smits has been President and Chief Executive Officer of Janssen de Jong Groep. He is Chairman of the KLM NV Supervisory Board, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Erasmus University Rotterdam and Member of the Supervisory Board of Odfjell S.E.

Bing Tang

Mr. Bing Tang has been Director of AIR FRANCE KLM SA since October 3, 2017. He is an engineer by training and graduated from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics majoring in electrical technology. He obtained a doctoral degree in national economics from the Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Bing Tang has pursued his career in the civil aviation industry where he served as Executive Vice- President of MTU Maintenance Zhuhai Co., Limited, Chief of Administrative Office of China Southern Air Holding Company and President of Chongqing Airlines Company Limited. He occupied various managerial positions within China Southern until 2009, as well as within Shanghai Airlines where he has been Chairman since January 2012 and with China Eastern Airlines Corporation Limited where he has been a Director of the Board since June 2012. He has also been Vice- President of China Eastern Airlines Corporation Limited since February 2010. He was appointed as a senior executive of China Eastern Air Holding Company in May 2011. Since December 2016, he has been Vice- President and party member at China Eastern Air Holding Company Limited. He is Chairman of Shanghai Airlines, China, since January 2012; Board member of China Eastern Airlines Corporation Limited, China, since June 2012; Vice- President and party member of China Eastern Airlines Corporation Limited, China, since February 2010.

Patrick Vieu

Mr. Patrick Pierre Nicolas Vieu has served as Director of AIR FRANCE KLM SA since May 21, 2015. Patrick Vieu holds a History degree and a Doctorate in Philosophy, having graduated from the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris and the Ecole Nationale d'Administration. Mr. Vieu began his career in 1993 at the French Transport Ministry where he occupied, notably, the functions of Deputy Director of motorway and infrastructure concessions (1999-2004). He served as Director of Rail and Public Transport (2005-2008) then Director of Transport Services (2008-2011) at the Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development, Transport and Housing. In summer 2011, he became Project Director reporting to the Vice-President of the General Council for the Environment and Sustainable Development before being appointed “Environment and Territories” Advisor responsible for advising the French President on transport and sustainability issues in 2012. Since June 2014, he has been Advisor to the Vice-President of the General Council for the Environment and Sustainable Development.

Maryse Aulagnon

Ms. Maryse Aulagnon has served as Independent Director of Air France KLM SA since July 8, 2010. She is also Chair of the Company's Audit Committee. In addition to her duties at the Company, Ms. Aulagnon serves as Chair of Affine Group SA, a company she founded in 1990. Ms. Aulagnon has professional experience in public services, industry and Real Estate. Having occupied various positions at the French Embassy in the United States and in a number of Ministerial cabinets (Budget, Industry), Ms. Aulagnon joined the CGE Group (now Alcatel) in 1984 as Director of International Business. She subsequently joined Euris as Chief Executive Officer on its creation in 1987.She is a graduate of the Institut des Sciences Politiques de Paris and of the Ecole Nationale d'Administration and holds a postgraduate degree in Economic Sciences. She is Honorary Master of Petitions at the Conseil d’Etat. She serves at Affine Group: Chair and CEO of Mab-Finances SAS; Lead Director and President of the Remunerations Committee of Veolia Entertainment; Member of the BPCE group’s (Banques Populaires Caisses d’Epargne) Supervisory Board and President of the Appointments and Remuneration Committees. Previously, she was the Chair of Promaffine SAS, Chief Executive Officer of ATIT (SC) and of Transaffine SAS, representative of Affine, Mab Finances and Promaffine within the employee representative bodies of the various Affine Group entities until January 2017. She also serves at Affine Group as President of Banimmo, Belgium and Director of Holdaffine BV, Netherlands. Previously, she served at Affine Group as Member of the Executive Committee of Concerto Development SAS until December 19, 2014, Director of Affiparis SA until December 7, 2012. She was Director of European Asset Value Fund, Luxembourg, until 2011 and President of the Board of GESFIMMO (SA) until May 2017.

Leni Boeren

Ms. Leni M.T. Boeren has been Independent Director at AIR FRANCE KLM SA since May 16, 2017. She holds a Master’s degree in Business Management from Erasmus University in Rotterdam (the Netherlands). Since February 2018, she has been a member of the Executive Board of Van Lanschot Kempen NV. She is Chief Executive Officer of Kempen Capital Management NV and also Chair of the Kempen & Co NV Executive Board. Ms. Boeren began her career in the financial sector at Paribas in1983 before joining Rabobank, where she held various positions through to 1992. She then moved to Robeco as head of the marketing and product management department from 1992 to 1997. She subsequently became a member of the Board of directors of Amsterdam Exchanges N.V. followed, in 2000 to 2005, by her appointment as a member of the Executive Committee of Euronext N.V., the result of the 2000 merger of the Paris (ParisBourse), Brussels (Brussels Exchanges) and Amsterdam (Amsterdam Exchanges) stock exchanges. From January 2005 to December 2016, Leni Boeren was successively a member, Vice-Chair and Chair of the Management Board of Robeco Groep N.V., an international asset management firm. She was also responsible for Robeco’s subsidiaries in which she held several Board positions. She was also Chair and CEO of Robeco Institutional Asset Management (2014-2016) and a member and chair of the board of DUFAS, the Dutch fund & Asset management association (2009-2016). Currently Ms. Boeren is Member of the Supervisory Board of Transtrend B.V. since 2018, member of the Supervisory Board of Tata Steel Nederland B.V. since 2014. Previously, she was Chair of the Supervisory Board of Transtrend BV until 2018. She was also member and Chair of the Board of DUFAS until 2016; Member of the Sustainable Asset Management USA Inc. Board of Directors until 2016, among others.

Isabelle Bouillot

Ms. Isabelle Bouillot has been Independent Director of Air France KLM SA since May 16, 2013. She holds an advanced degree in Public Law and is a graduate of the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris and the Ecole Nationale d’Administration. Having occupied various positions in the French Public Administration, among them Economic Advisor to the President of the Republic between 1989 and 1991 and Budget Director at the Ministry of Economy and Finance between 1991 and 1995, Ms. Bouillot was Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of the financial and banking activities at the Caisse des Depots et Consignations between 1995 and 2000 then Chair of the Management Board of the Investment Bank of the CDC IXIS Group from 2000 to 2003. Since 2006, she has been President of China Equity Links (SAS). She is also Managing Partner of IB Finance and Member of the Gimar & Cie Supervisory Board, as well as President of CELPartners Ltd, Hong Kong; Director of Yafei Dendistry Limited; Board Director of Saint Gobain China. She previously was Director of Saint Gobain until June 2016, Director of JD Holding Inc until December 2016, Director of Umicore, Belgium, until May 2015, Director of Crystal Orange Hotel Holdings Limited until May 2017 and Director of Dexia, Belgium, until May 2012. She is Member of the Remuneration Committee of the Company.

Jaap de Hoop Scheffer

Mr. Jaap de Hoop Scheffer has served as Independent Director of Air France KLM SA since July 7, 2011. He is also Chair of the Remuneration Committee of the Company. In addition to his duties at the Company, he is also Member of the Board of the Center for European Policy Studies, Brussels, Belgium; Member of the Advisory Board of the Dutch employers’ association VNO-NCW, Netherlands; Co-President of the Security and Defense Agenda, Brussels, as well as Member of the European Council on Foreign Affairs, London. He also serves as Member of the Board of Trustees of the Friends of Europe group, President of the Advisory Council on Foreign Affairs, President of the Netherlands Civil Honors Advisory Committee and Member of the Trilateral Commission. He was Secretary General of NATO and Chairman of the North Atlantic Council between 2004 and 2009. From July 2002 till January 2004 he served as Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands. Between 1997 and 2001 he served as Chairman of the Christian Democratic Alliance. Mr. de Hoop Scheffer started his diplomatic career in 1976 and became Private Secretary to the Minister of Foreign Affairs (1980-1986). He then became a member of the Dutch Parliament (1986-2002). He was also Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Rijksmuseum, Netherlands, until October 1, 2017. He is a law graduate of Universiteit Leiden. He holds a Kooijmanschair for Peace, Justice and Security at the Leiden University, Netherlands. Since 2012, Mr. de Hoop Scheffer has taught international politics and diplomacy in the Governance and International Affairs Faculty of Leiden University (Netherlands).

Anne-Marie Idrac

Ms. Anne-Marie Idrac has been Independent Director of AIR FRANCE KLM SA since November 2, 2017. Anne- Marie Idrac is a graduate of the Institut d’Etudes Politiques, the Ecole Nationale d’Administration and the Institut des Hautes Etudes de Defense Nationale. Ms. Idrac has spent most of her career in the fields of the environment, housing, urban development and transport. She was Chief Executive Officer at the Public Development Agency of Cergy- Pontoise, Director of Land Transportation at the Ministry of Equipment and Transport and subsequently Secretary of State for Transport. She occupied the positions of Chairman and CEO of the RATP (Paris Public Transport Authority) from 2002 to 2006, and Chairman and CEO of the SNCF (French State Railways) from 2006 to 2008. She was a Member of Parliament from 1997 to 2002, and Secretary of State for Foreign Trade from 2008 to 2010. Anne- Marie Idrac is currently a company director. She is President of the Aeroport de Toulouse- Blagnac Supervisory Board (this mandate will expire in May 2018); Board director of Bouygues; Board director of Saint- Gobain; Board director of Total. Previously, she was Member of the Supervisory Board of Vallourec until 2015 and Director of Mediobanca until 2014.

Isabelle Parize

Ms. Isabelle Parize has been Independent Director of Air France KLM SA since March 27, 2014. She is also Member of the Remuneration Committee of the Company. She graduated from Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Paris with an MBA degree. After holding various posts between 1980 and 1993 within the Procter and Gamble Company, she joined the Henkel Group in 1994. She was then Director General Schwarzkopf - Henkel France from 1994 to 1998 and Senior Vice President of Europe, Middle East and Africa and Strategic Marketing from 1998 to 2001. She became President of Canal + Distribution and President and CEO of CanalSatellite in 2001. She was President of the Quest International Group Perfumes Division from 2005 to 2007 and Executive Director and Vice President of BetClick company from 2007 to 2011. She was President and Chief Executive Officer of Nocibe 2011-2016. She was Chair and Chief Executive Officer of Douglas Holding AG from 2016 till October 2017. Since October 2017, she has counseled companies, start-ups and private equity funds. She has been Memebr of the Board of Auchan from February 2018. She served at Nocibe / Douglas Group as Member of the Supervisory Board of Douglas Holding AG, Germany; Member of the Managing Board of Douglas GmbH, Parfumerie Douglas GmbH, Douglas Cosmetics GmbH, Kirk Beauty One GmbH, Kirk Beauty Two GmbH, Germany, Parfumerie Douglas Nederland BV, Douglas Investment BV, Netherlands, Parfumerie Douglas Ges mbH, Austria, Douglas Polska Sp.z.o.o, Poland, Douglas Spain SA and Parfumerie Iberia Holding SL, Spain, Parfumerie Douglas Portugal LDA, Portugal. She previously served at Nocibe / Douglas Group until January 2016 as Chair and Chair of the Managing Board of Al Perfume France, CEO and Chair of the Managing Board of Parfumerie Douglas France, Chair and CEO of Douglas Expansion, Chair of Douglas Passion Beaute Achats DPBAchats; Director of Sofipost SA until April 2014; Vice-Chair of Betclic Everest until 2011, among others.

Alexander Wynaendts

Mr. Alexander (Alex) Rijn Wynaendts has served as Independent Director at AIR FRANCE KLM SA since May 19, 2016. He is Member of the Appointments and Governance Committee. Alexander Wynaendts holds a degree from Supelec (1984) and an Economics degree from Universite Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne (1983). He has more than 30 years experience of international finance and insurance. Mr. Wynaendts began his career with ABN AMRO in 1984, working in the private banking and investment banking operations in both Amsterdam and London. Between 1992 and 1997, he held various positions at ABN AMRO in London, including in equity capital markets and corporate finance. In 1997, he joined Aegon as Senior Vice-President, Group Business Development where he established and expanded Aegon’s presence in new Asian markets like China, India and Japan, as well as in Central and Eastern European region. He joined Aegon’s Executive Board in 2003 and was appointed Aegon’s Chief Operating Officer in 2007. Following his appointment as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the executive Board in 2008, he led the Company through the financial crisis. He has subsequently redefined Aegon’s strategy, putting its purpose of helping people to take responsibility for their financial future at the heart of the business. Since April 23, 2008, he has been CEO and Chairman of the Executive Board of Aegon NV. He is currently Vice-Chairman of the PEIF (Pan-European Insurance Forum); Member of the Board of Directors of the Geneva Association, Switzerland; Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Mauritshuis Museum in the Hague, Netherlands; Member of the Advisory Committee of the Vumc Cancer Center in Amsterdam, Netherlands.