Air France continues to adapt its route network

Boeing 777-300ER (Photo: V1Images.com/Gilles Astre).
Boeing 777-300ER (Photo: V1Images.com/Gilles Astre).

Air France continues to adapt its route network

Boeing 777-300ER (Photo: V1Images.com/Gilles Astre).
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Air France is increasing the range of flights to tourist destinations.

From October 31, the airline will also be flying from Berlin and Munich to Paris-Orly, in addition to the connections to Paris-Charles de Gaulle. An Airbus A318 with 131 seats will then take off from BER and MUC to Paris-Orly every day. In addition, there are up to five flights per day from Berlin and up to four from Munich to CDG.

Orly, on the other hand, offers many more exotic long-haul destinations, including the French overseas territories and territories, such as the Caribbean or the Indian Ocean. 

The flight offer will also be expanded from CDG: A new addition to the flight schedule from Paris-Charles de Gaulle is Tenerife with two weekly connections (Monday and Saturday) from November 1, 2021. Rovaniemi in Lapland will be available from December 4, 2021 to March 5, 2022 up to two weekly flights - Wednesdays and Saturdays - on the program. An Airbus A319 will be used on both routes.

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