Air France progressively reinforces its worldwide flight program
The French firm plans to progressively resume its flights until the end of June, with a gradual increase in the number of frequencies and destinations
Since the start of the COVID-19 crisis, Air France has adapted its network and flight schedule in real time according to travel restrictions and demand. As of today, and since the end of March, the company is operating between 3 and 5% of its usual program, concentrating on French territorial continuity and maintaining a link to key destinations in Europe and other destinations. international, both for the transport of passengers and cargo. In this context, Air France currently operates to 43 destinations.
Globally, subject to the lifting of travel restrictions, Air France plans to progressively resume its flights between now and the end of June, with a gradual increase in the number of frequencies and destinations, especially within France, to the territories and departments. overseas and in Europe.
This flight program will represent about 15% of the capacity normally deployed at this time and will be operated with 75 aircraft from the Air France fleet, which has 224 aircraft.
In important markets such as Argentina, in accordance with current regulations, Air France will resume its commercial passenger flights on September 1, 2020. In the event that the regulations are modified to authorize a return to activity before that date, the company it will resume operations earlier.