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Air France-KLM Group plans to create a new long-haul airline to fend off Persian Gulf rivals and will scale back short-haul ambitions as new Chief Executive Officer Jean-Marc Janaillac pushes to revive a company beset by internal strife and waning market share.The unit will get 10 planes by 2020, with new routes comprising a third of its flights.Janaillac's nine-point business strategy also includes increasing annual revenue about 10 percent to 28 billion euros ($31 billion) by 2020 and reducing costs by more than 1.5 percent.
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