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Winter 2022-2023: Air France flies to 171 destinations,

Including five new destinations from Paris Charles de Gaulle

  • The level of activity is almost equal to winter 2019
  • 171 destinations worldwide, including five new destinations from Paris Charles de Gaulle: New York – Newark (USA), Tromsø (Norway), Kittila (Finland), Innsbruck and Salzburg (Austria)
  • First flights of the Boeing 777-300ER’s new long-haul business seat

After a summer that saw strong travel demand, Air France continues to reopen its global network. During the winter season 2022-2023 (November 2022 to March 2023), the airline will fly to 171 destinations, 86 of which will be long-haul and 85 short and medium-haul. The company’s entire fleet will be operational and capacity across the route network will be approximately the same as winter 2019.

At the end of the year, Air France’s new long-haul cabins will be operational. Continuing its strategy of improving quality, the airline is gradually installing a new work seat on twelve Boeing 777-300 ER aircraft, which converts into a completely flat bed approximately two meters long. The new sliding door enables your entire area to be protected from the rest of the cabin. The first trip will be to New York-JFK in the next few weeks.

Click here to learn more about Air France’s new business chair.

Long Distances: Opening of Paris Charles de Gaulle – Newark, resumption of Cape Town (South Africa) and Tokyo Haneda (Japan)

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Air France continues a policy of proactive capabilities in the most flexible geographies, including North America and Africa.

In North America, starting October 22, 2022, for the second consecutive winter, Air France will provide a direct connection between Pointe-à-Pitre (Guadeloupe) and Montreal (Canada) with two flights per week, operated with an Airbus A320.

As the first airline on the Paris-New York route, on December 12, 2022, Air France will offer daily direct service between Paris Charles de Gaulle hub and New York-Newark Liberty (EWR), the second largest international airport, New York and serving its region. This daily Boeing 777-200ER flight marks the return of Air France to Newark, a historic destination for the airline that served direct until 2012. It complements the Paris – Charles de Gaulle – New York – John F Kennedy (JFK) route, which is served by the airline. Air France has six daily flights, and Delta Air Lines’ Skyteam partner has two.

Finally, the Paris Charles de Gaulle – Dallas summer connection will be extended through the winter season and operated three flights per week with the 777-200 ER.

In Africa, from October 30, 2022, Air France will resume flights between Paris Charles de Gaulle and Cape Town (South Africa), which have been suspended since the start of the Covid crisis. The Boeing 787-9 operates three flights a week. In addition to Cape Town, Air France serves Johannesburg in South Africa with seven flights a week.

As part of the gradual reopening of Japan’s borders, Air France in September resumed flights between Paris Charles de Gaulle and Tokyo Haneda (Japan) with five weekly flights operated by Boeing 787-9.

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Air France will connect Paris with the two airports in Tokyo this winter, with Tokyo Narita Airport serving up to five times a week from Paris Charles de Gaulle.

Short and Medium Distances: Setting a course for snowy destinations with four new seasonal itineraries from Paris Charles de Gaulle to Austria, Norway and Finland

Winter 2022-2023 will be marked by the expansion of Air France’s offer to snowy destinations and North Africa.

From October 30, 2022, Air France will introduce a new line of communication between Paris Orly and Casablanca, served daily on board the Airbus A320. At the same time, the Nice-London Heathrow (UK) service, previously offered only during the height of summer, will become an annual service with one daily Airbus A320.

The seasonal Paris-Charles de Gaulle – Rovaniemi (Finland) service was launched in 2021 and will resume this year from 27 November, operating up to one flight per day during the Christmas period on the Airbus A320.

On December 10, 2022, four new destinations will be added to the Air France network: Kittila (Finland) and Tromsø (Norway), both of which are served once a week by the A320 and the Airbus A319, respectively. Tromsø will be the northernmost destination in the entire Air France-KLM network.

From December 10, 2022 Innsbruck and Salzburg (Austria) will be offered with two flights and one flight per week, respectively, using the Embraer 190.

Finally, the summer routes Paris-Orly – Tunis (Tunisia), Marseille – Algiers (Algeria), Toulouse – Algiers (Algeria) and Toulouse – Oran (Algeria) will be extended for the winter season.

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Various nourishing trips from Switzerland

With up to 15 flights per day, Air France guarantees many connecting flights from Switzerland.

From Zurich: 3 daily trips

From Basel: 2 to 3 flights daily (depending on the day of the week)

From Geneva: 6 to 9 daily flights (depending on the day of the week)

Details of the flight schedule, working days and prices are mentioned airline Available. This schedule is subject to change and is subject to necessary government approvals. It is carried out taking into account the health measures in force in different countries or regions.

Before each flight, Air France asks its passengers to know the entry requirements and the documents required upon arrival at the destination. Visit the website for more information airline.

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