• Joe Breitfeller

Air France Will Operate 80 Percent of Usual Network This Summer, Serving Over 150 Destinations

Air France announced on Friday that they will serve over 150 destinations for summer 2020, approximately 80 percent of their usual network. In June, July and August, the carrier’s capacity will gradually increase from 20 to 35 and 40 percent respectively, versus normal.


Air France Airbus A350 - Courtesy Air France/Airbus

Today, Air France announced that they will serve around 80 percent of their usual network for summer 2020, with nearly 150 destinations. Compared to their typical schedule, the carrier will increase capacity from 20 percent in June to 35 percent in July and 40 percent in August (subject to easing travel restrictions). Air France will prioritize the strengthening of their domestic network with the resumption of several routes between Paris and the French Regions, as well as inter-regional routes including service to Corsica. Additionally, the carrier will ramp up service to the French overseas departments and Europe, especially to Spain, Greece, Italy and Portugal. Air France will also gradually increase long-haul passenger and cargo flights and will operate 106 of the airline’s fleet of 224 aircraft. In Friday’s announcement, Air France’s CEO, Anne Rigail said,


“We can see that people need to travel again and will be resuming services to 150 destinations in France, Europe and the rest of the world this summer. After this difficult period, we are delighted to be welcoming our customers back onboard, so that they can travel this summer and be reunited with their loved ones. All Air France staff, bot on the ground and onboard, are committed to guaranteeing our passengers the highest levels of health and safety.”


Air France to Serve Nearly 150 Destinations for Summer 2020 - Courtesy Air France

Air France recommends that guests contact the relevant authorities regarding entry and travel requirements for their destination and transit countries, which may have changed due to restrictions related to the global COVID-19 pandemic. The carrier also reminds customers that temperature checks will be carried out before boarding and guests must wear surgical masks onboard all flights. Air France has enhanced their daily aircraft cleaning procedures including regular cabin disinfection with an approved virucidal spray.


Source: Air France

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