Air France Announces Twice-Daily Service From Paris-Orly to Munich
Air France announced Tuesday that they will launch new service from Paris-Orly to Munich starting March 29, 2020. The route will be operated twice daily and will be serviced with a 100 passenger Embraer E190 regional jet.
Today, Air France announced the start of new twice daily service from Paris-Orly to the Bavarian capital of Munich, Germany. The service will start on March 29, 2020 and be operated with an Embraer E190 regional jet with a capacity of 100 seats. The departing morning flight (AF7350) will leave Paris-Orly at 7:00AM and arrive in Munich at 8:30AM. The afternoon flight (AF7352) departs Paris-Orly at 4:10PM and arrives in Munich at 5:40PM. The morning return flight (AF7351) departs Munich at 9:20AM and arrives Paris-Orly at 10:50AM, while the evening return flight (AF7353) departs Munich at 6:40PM and arrives Paris-Orly at 8:10PM. Air France also offers six daily flights to Munich from Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG).
Air France offers service to nine German cities from Paris-Charles de Gaulle including Munich, Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Stuttgart, Hanover, Nuremburg and Bremen. Service to Düsseldorf and Hamburg are also available from Nantes and with today’s announcement, service to Munich from Paris-Orly will be available from March 29, 2020.
For 2020, the French national carrier will offer eleven new routes including CDG to Krakow (Poland), Sevilla, Alicante, Malaga and Valencia (Spain), Faro (Portugal) and Monrovia (Liberia). New Paris-Orly service includes Geneva (Switzerland), Algiers (Algeria), Madrid (Spain) and Munich (Germany).
Source: Air France