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Air France 2018 – 2019 Winter Schedule

For the 2018-2019 winter season (October 28, 2018 to March 30, 2019), Air France is increasing capacity by 3.3% compared to the previous winter season, alongside HOP! and Joon:

  • + 3.8 % for long-haul passenger operations,
  • + 1.4 % for medium and short-haul passenger operations.

Long-haul: + 3.8%

On its long-haul network, Air France-KLM will offer 6 new routes this winter –

– 5 destinations on departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle in continuation of the summer season: Seattle (USA), Taipei (Taiwan), Nairobi (Kenya) with Air France and Fortaleza (Brazil) and Mahé (Seychelles) with Joon, which will also continue to serve Cape Town (South Africa), Mumbai (India) and Cairo (Egypt), previously operated by Air France.

– 1 destination on departure from Amsterdam-Schiphol in continuation of the summer season: Fortaleza (Brazil) with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines.

Medium- and short-haul: + 1.4%.

On its medium- and short-haul network, Air France, HOP! and Joon will offer 20 new routes from its main hubs and regions:

– 15 routes operated 1 to 14 times a week throughout the season:

  • From Paris-Charles de Gaulle: Bari (Italy), Catania (Italy), Cork (Ireland), Lorient (France), Toulon (France) and Wroclaw (Poland) with AF as well as Bergen (Norway) with Joon.
  • From Paris-Orly: La Rochelle (France) with HOP!
  • From the French regions with HOP! Air France:
    • From Caen: Geneva (Switzerland) and Marseille (France)
    • From Lorient: Lyon (France)
    • From Lille: Brest (France)
    • From Metz-Nancy: Marseille (France)
    • From Rennes: Brussels (Belgium) and Strasbourg (France)

– 4 routes operated once a week (mainly on weekends) during the French school holidays with HOP! Air France:

  • Pau from Brest, Caen and Strasbourg (France),
  • Geneva (Switzerland) from Brest (France).

A  2.5% increase in capacity for the entire Air France-KLM group

For the 2018-2019 winter season, Air France-KLM is increasing capacity by 2.5% compared to the previous winter season and is pursuing its growth objectives in continuation of the summer season. This growth, mainly generated by a better use of the fleet, is broken down as follows:

  • + 2.8% for long-haul passenger operations,
  • + 1.1% for medium and short-haul passenger operations,
  • + 11.5% for Transavia’s low-cost operations.
     

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