For the 2019 summer season (March 31 to October 27, 2019), Air France is increasing capacity by 0,5% compared to the previous summer season (1) and offering 26 new routes (3)

This growth is broken down as follows:

  • +0.7% for long-haul passenger operations
  • -0.3% for medium and short-haul passenger operations

Long-haul: +0.7%

On its long-haul network, Air France-KLM will operate 2 new routes (2) from Paris-Charles de Gaulle:

  • Dallas (USA) with the completely redesigned Airbus A330 from March 31 to the end of the season with 5 weekly flights.
  • Quito (Ecuador) operated by Joon to begin with, the service will be resumed by Air France as of June 26, with 3 weekly flights.

Medium and short-haul: -0.3%

On its medium and short-haul network, Air France is expanding its offer of destinations and connections with 24 new routes (2).

Throughout the 2019 summer season, the Air France will offer 5 new routes (2) on departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle and regions:

  • On departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle with Air France: Belgrade (Serbia), Tbilissi (Georgia) and Lorient (France) as from March 31
  • On departure from the French regions with Air France HOP!
  • On departure from Lyon – Lorient (France),
  • ​On departure from Brest – Amsterdam (Netherlands),

During the peak summer period, the Air France will offer 19 new routes (2):

  • On departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle – Heraklion (Crete, Greece), Olbia (Sardinia, Italy), Palermo (Sicily, Italy) and Split (Croatia) with Air France

On departure from the French regions with Air France HOP!:

  • On departure from Bordeaux – Athens (Greece),
  • On departure from Toulouse – Copenhagen (Denmark) and Minorca (Spain),
  • On departure from Marseille – Heraklion (Greece) and La Rochelle (France),
  • On departure from Brest – Bastia (France) and Nice (France),
  • On departure from Caen – Calvi (France),
  • On departure from Nice – La Rochelle (France) and Pau (France),
  • On departure from Rouen – Figari (France),
  • On departure from Nantes – Toulon (France),
  • On departure from Metz – Figari (France),
  • On departure from Perpignan – Strasbourg (France),
  • On departure from Rennes – Calvi (France).


2019 summer schedule – a 2% increase in capacity

For the 2019 summer season (March 31 to October 27, 2019), Air France-KLM is increasing capacity by 2% compared to the previous summer season1 and offering 58 new routes (3). This growth is broken down as follows:

  • +1.3% for long-haul passenger operations,
  • +1.2% for medium and short-haul passenger operations,
  • +9.3% for Transavia’s low-cost operations.

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