Air France W19 Long-Haul changes as of 17JUL19

Air France in the last few weeks further revised planned Northern winter 2019/20 operation for long-haul routes, effective 27OCT19. Latest adjustment as of 17JUL19 as follows.

Paris CDG – Bamako – Abidjan eff 09DEC19 777-200ER replaces A350-900XWB, increases from 6 to 7 weekly (Previous plan: 787-9)
Paris CDG – Bangkok 777-200ER replaces -300ER during following (operational days based on CDG departure):
29OCT19 – 07DEC19 Day 246
09DEC19 – 19DEC19 Day 14
06JAN20 – 06FEB20 Day 14

Paris CDG – Cairo eff 09DEC19 A350-900XWB replaces A340-300. Previously A350 scheduled to enter service on 23DEC19
Paris CDG – Nouakchott – Conakry eff 27OCT19 A340-300 replaces A330-200. Operational routing changes to 2 weekly Paris CDG – Nouakchott – Conakry – Paris CDG and 2 weekly in opposite direction
Paris CDG – Seoul Incheon eff 09DEC19 A350-900XWB replaces 777-200ER (Previous plan: eff 23DEC19)
Paris CDG – Taipei Taoyuan eff 27OCT19 Planned 787-9 replaces 777-200ER remains unchanged. Operational day/schedule for 3 weekly flights revised
AF552 CDG1900 – 1445+1TPE 789 135
AF557 TPE0045 – 0750CDG 789 357

Paris CDG – Toronto eff 27OCT19 A350-900XWB replaces 777-200ER, 1 daily. Previously A350 scheduled to enter service on 25NOV19

Previously reported changes:
Paris CDG – Abidjan eff 29OCT19 Nonstop sector increases from 10 to 12 weekly
Paris CDG – Bangalore 381-seater 777-300ER replaces 280-seater 777-200ER during following (CDG departure): 16DEC19 – 31DEC19, 06JAN20 – 09FEB20
Paris CDG – Beijing Capital AF382/381 operated by 4-class 777-300ER on daily basis, instead of 3 weekly -300ER and 4 weekly 3-class 777-200ER
Paris CDG – Cairo eff 23DEC19 A350-900XWB replaces A340-300
Paris CDG – Cancun Frequency Increase
eff 30OCT19 Increase from 5 to 6 weekly (Day x1; 777-200ER replaces -300ER on Day 3 from 30OCT19 to 20NOV19)
16DEC19 – 24FEB20 Increase from 6 to 7 weekly

Paris CDG – Delhi eff 09DEC19 381-seater 777-300ER replaces 312-seater 777-200ER
Paris CDG – Dubai eff 27OCT19 Increase from 10 to 12 weekly
Paris CDG – Fortaleza eff 27OCT19 312-seater 777-200ER replaces A340-300, 3 weekly
Paris CDG – Lima eff 27OCT19 2 of 5 weekly operated by 777-200ER, instead of -300ER
Paris CDG – Luanda eff 27OCT19 1 weekly each A340-300, 777-200ER and 787-9, replacing 2 weekly 777-300ER and 1 weekly A330-200
Paris CDG – Mahe Island (Seychelles) eff 27OCT19 Seasonal service operated by A330-200, replacing A340-300. 3 weekly flights
Paris CDG – Mumbai Boeing 777-200ER/-300ER (280 and 381-seater respectively) replaces A340-300
27OCT19 – 08DEC19 772 Daily
09DEC19 – 09FEB20 77W Day x4 772 Day 4
10FEB20 – 28MAR20 359 Daily (Previous plan: 777-300ER)

Paris CDG – Nairobi
eff 27OCT19 5 weekly service in NS19 maintained, increase from 3 weekly in NW18. 787-9 operating
Paris CDG – Orlando 777-300ER operates on 05DEC19 and 10DEC19
Paris CDG – Quito eff 27OCT19 787-9 replaces A340-300, 3 weekly
Paris CDG – Rio de Janeiro eff 02DEC19 Increase from 7 to 10 weekly, 3 weekly AF462/467 operated by 787-9, replacing 777-200ER
Paris CDG – St. Maarten
eff 27OCT19 Increase from 5 to 6 weekly, A340-300 operating (Previous plan: 7 weekly)
Paris CDG – Santiago de Chile eff 04DEC19 Increase from 7 to 10 weekly, additional flight operated by 787-9

Paris CDG – Shanghai Pu Dong eff 27OCT19 Operational aircraft changes
AF112/117 777-200ER operates 6 weekly, instead of 2 weekly -200ER and 4 weekly -300ER
AF116/111 A380 continues to operate 7 weekly, instead of 5 weekly A380 and 2 weekly 777-300ER

Paris CDG – Taipei Taoyuan eff 27OCT19 787-9 replaces 777-200ER, 3 weekly
Paris CDG – Toronto eff 25NOV19 A350-900XWB replaces 777-200ER, 1 daily
Paris CDG – Washington Dulles eff 27OCT19 Service increases from 7 to 11 weekly during winter season, AF026/027 operated by A330-200 4 times a week
Pointe-a-Pitre – Miami eff 29OCT19 2 weekly A320 (Previously served during summer season only)


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