Air France has revealed four new international routes to be launched from Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) in the coming weeks as well as a host of route restarts.
Air France’s 2X-weekly CDG-Nairobi (NBO) service will add Zanzibar (ZNZ) in Tanzania as a third point from Oct. 18.
The flag-carrier will then launch 3X-weekly service between CDG and Muscat (MCT) in Oman from Oct. 31. A day later on Nov. 1 Air France will commence 3X-weekly flights from CDG to Colombo (CMB) in Sri Lanka and 4X-weekly service to Banjul (BJL) in Gambia.
Meanwhile, Air France will resume flights on a number of previously operated routes from CDG that have been suspended because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
These include 3X-weekly service to Fortaleza (FOR) in Brazil from Oct. 22; 2X-weekly flights to Mahé (SEZ) in Seychelles from Oct. 23; 3X-weekly service to Cape Town (CPT) in South Africa from Oct. 31; 1X-weekly flights to Hong Kong (HKG) from Nov. 5; and 3X-weekly service to Seattle (SEA) from Dec. 6.
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