Aviation company Air France-KLM represents the necessary investments that, in the long term, pose a risk to the financial results. For Credit Suisse reason to lower the advice on French-Dutch society to underperform from neutral. Experts believe, among other things, that there can be a negative cash flow at AF-KLM up to and including 2024. Opposite the advice reduction from AF-KLM is an upgrade for rival Lufthansa. According to Credit Suisse, German society is in control of supply and demand in Germany. According to experts, this will also be noticeable in the company’s share price. Lufthansa’s advice went from neutral to outperform. For the British companies easyJet and IAG, the parent company of British Airways, the advice remained on the outperform. Ryanair low coster, just like AF-KLM, has to do with an insufficient (underperform). In a separate report, experts from HSBC reported that there are opportunities specifically for IAG, AF-KLM and Lufthansa due to the loss of South African Airways. HSBC uses purchasing advice on AF-KLM and Lufthansa. The IAG advice is on hold. The AF-KLM share was down 1.7 percent on Friday in Amsterdam at around 12.00 on 10.72 euros. This made it the strongest fall in the Midkap. Lufthansa won 0.4 percent in Frankfurt and IAG was lowered 0.9 in London.