Air France is extending its winter 2021-2022 calendar with as many as 182 destinations, 23 of which were not operated last year. This happens as a result of opening the borders of countries outside the old continent.
On October 31, the Airbus A220 will begin flying from Paris to Berlin, Madrid, Barcelona, Milan and Venice, among other European cities to be added in the coming months, including Bologna, Lisbon, Rome and Copenhagen. In this way, the new model will be launched with a 3-2 seat arrangement.
Here is a calendar of some of the itineraries that are planned for the upcoming 2021-2022 northern winter season:
Long radius of departure from Paris (Orly):
St Maarten: 3 flights per week from 4 December
Long radius, departure from Paris (Charles de Gaulle):
- Zanzibar: 2 weekly trips starting October 18
- Muscat: 3 flights per week from October 31
- Colombo: 3 flights per week starting November 1
- Banjul: 4 weekly flights starting from 1 November
- Fortaleza: 3 weekly flights starting October 22
- Mahe: 2 weekly excursions starting October 23
- Cape Town: 3 weekly flights starting October 31
- Hong Kong: One weekly flight from November 5
- Seattle: 3 flights per week starting December 6
- Port Louis: 1 day trip from 5 October
The last six cities mentioned in the roadmap have been reintegrated after being suspended at the start of the pandemic. Fortaleza, located in the northeast of Brazil, is a popular tourist destination for Europeans, as an alternative to other more famous places like Rio de Janeiro or Sao Paulo, among others.
Long radius, departing from Pointe-à-Pitre:
- Montreal: 2 weekly flights starting November 23
- New York: 2 weekly flights starting November 24
Short or medium radius, departure from Paris (Charles de Gaulle):
- Tenerife: 2 weekly flights from 1 November
- Rovaniemi: 2 weekly excursions from December 4th to March 5th
Finally, the airline decided to implement a ticket return and exchange system until March 31 which can be managed in Air France website If obtained by the same means.
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