Air France KLM to introduce new winter routes


Air France KLM will continue six new long-haul routes, and 20 new medium and short-haul routes, from its summer schedule into its 2018, 2019 winter schedule (northern hemisphere), from October 28, to March 30, 2019.

Long-haul

Of the six new long-haul routes, five will depart from Charles de Gaulle airport, and one will depart from Schiphol airport in Amsterdam.

Destinations from Charles de Gaulle airport continued from the summer schedule include: Seattle, Taipei, Nairobi (on Air France), and Fortaleza, in Brazil, and Mahe, in Seychelles (on Joon). Joon will also continue to serve its Cape Town, Mumbai, and Cairo routes which were previously operated by Air France. From Schiphol, Fortaleza will also see a service operated by KLM Royal Dutch Airlines.

Medium- and short-haul

Compared to the winter 2017-2018 winter schedule, Air France KLM will also introduce 20 new medium- and short-haul routes.

From Charles de Gaulle, destinations include: Bari and Catania, in Italy; Cork, in Ireland; Lorient and Toulon, in France; and Wroclaw, in Poland. These flights will be operated by Air France. Joon will also operate a new service winter service to Bergen, in Norway.

From Paris-Orly, there will be a new service to La Rochelle, in France, operated by HOP!.

There will also be new routes from French regions including: From Caen to Geneva and Marseille, from Lorient to Lyon, from Lille to Brest, from Metz-Nancy to Marseille, and from Rennes to Brussels and Strasbourg.

 



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