Air France commences three new international links from Paris CDG

  • Air France expanded its international network with three new services during the course of last week, all of which were launched from its Paris CDG (CDG) base. On 30 March, the SkyTeam member launched 10 weekly flights on the 9,703-kilometre sector to Tokyo Haneda (HND), utilising a mixed fleet of the airline’s 300-seat 777-300s and 309-seat 777-200s.This link that was last operated in 1978 will see a frequency increase to 12 weekly flights from 13 May and to twice-daily from 16 June respectively. Furthermore, on 31 March, the flag carrier inaugurated thrice-weekly flights on the 8,736-kilometre sector to Brasilia (BSB), utilising its 309-seat 777-200s. Lastly, on 31 March, Air France commenced twice-daily services on the 1,117-kilometre airport pair to Stavanger (SVG) in Norway, utilising HOP!’s 76-seat E170s. Only the new service to Japan is already served by other carriers, namely by All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines, both with daily flights.


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