Air France joins other European airlines as they plan their network for June and beyond.
With travel restrictions being slowly eased, Air France is planning a 15% network operation, utilising 75 out of 224 aircraft.
The airline plans to run services with metropolitan France, the French Overseas Departments, and Europe.
Planned flights are as follows for fights from Paris CDG from 30th June, pending changes and adjustments
This flight schedule will be equivalent to 15% of the capacities usually deployed at this time of year and will be operated by 75 aircraft in the Air France fleet, which comprises 224 aircraft.
French Overseas and the Caribbean
- Saint-Denis de La Réunion
- Palma de Mallorca
The Middle East and India
- Conakry (inbound to Paris)
- Nouakchott (inbound to Paris)
- New York
- Los Angeles
- Mexico City
- Rio de Janeiro
- Sao Paulo
- Hong Kong
The following routes will operate as “cargo only”
- Ho Chi Minh City
- Panama City
To/from Lyon-St. Exupéry
Again, the operation of flights are likely to change and are subject to governmental approval. Exact dates of operation are loaded on airfrance.com.
If you are planning to travel, it is strongly advised you contact the authorities for current information of entry/exit into countries (such as if a person can travel as they are returning to their home country), or if a state of quarantine is in place.
And bring a face mask
It goes without saying, but if you are travelling, you’ll need to wear a face mask at all times when travelling on Air France. Also, temperature checks have been implemented on the departure of each flight – so give yourself time when travelling.