All passengers and crew left the plane safely and local authorities were searching the plane, spokeswoman Gerrie Brand told Reuters.
The jobs lost would involve up to 300 flight crew, 300 cabin crew, 500 ground staff and around 400 jobs at KLM subsidiaries and in the Air France-KLM group positions.
Air France-KLM had earlier posted an operating loss of 1.5 billion euros for the same quarter.
Under the pacts, airlines such as Air India, Air France, and Lufthansa are operating on these routes, Mumbai International Airport Limited said.
Air France had been authorised by Beijing to carry out three flights a week to China but that, in practice, Chinese authorities had only allowed one Air France flight per week.
Airbus said 5,000 positions would be cut in France, 5,100 in Germany, 900 in Spain, 1,700 positions in Britain and 1,300 positions at Airbus' other worldwide sites.
In exchange for aid, companies will be required to invest more and faster in electric, hydrogen or other lower-emission aircraft.
Air France said it would stop flights between cities where trains could provide a connection in less than two-and-a-half hours.
The Netherlands-headquartered international aerospace company will run an independent investigation into the plane crash, involving an Airbus A-320.
Airbus last year announced plans to stop producing A380s in 2021 due to poor sales. It has nine left to build including eight for Emirates and one for Japan's ANA.
The group also highlighted 455 million euros in "over hedged" fuel purchases that were never used as the pandemic collapsed demand for oil.
Passengers would have to provide their own masks, the airline said, adding they would be notified prior to flights “to ensure they possess one or more masks for their trip.”
For Air France, a 7 billion euro ($7.5 billion) package is planned while for Renault, a 5 billion euro ($5.4 billion) bank loan package guaranteed by the state is being worked on.
The Dutch national carrier has been hard hit by the impact of the virus on air travel, with more than 90 per cent of its fleet grounded since last month.
The incident happened at the airport in Pointe Noire, Congo's second-largest city, Air France said in a statement.
Taking matters in his hands, a cashier in a Bank of Baroda branch has come up with a “hot” plan to keep the virus at bay.
The sports personalities have been doing their bit as they have not only donated funds to help fight the pandemic, but have also spread awareness messages on their social media platforms.
At present, the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in India has crossed 300 and has seen almost a 100% rise in the last few days.
On Monday, the Delhi government said gatherings with more than 50 people were not allowed in the wake of the novel coronavirus pandemic. The size of gatherings has since been reduce to 20 people.
Boeing said last week it was freezing hiring and industry sources have said layoffs or furloughs are likely as virus concerns peak.