Air France confirms its return to Argentina from September

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Air France confirms its return to Argentina from September
Fri June 12, 2020

The flights will be direct between Buenos Aires and Paris, with connections to the whole world from the Paris - Charles de Gaulle airport. The restart of operations will be carried out in stages

 


Globally, Air France progressively reinforces its flight program for the European summer 2020. Air France plans to offer around 150 destinations worldwide between July and August, equivalent to 80% of its usual flight network, Mainly strengthening its flight network within France. On the condition of the lifting of travel restrictions in the different countries, the gradual increase in the number of frequencies and destinations will continue until reaching around 35% of the program initially planned in July, and 40% in August. This flight program will be operated by 106 aircraft of the 224 that make up the Air France fleet.

Long-haul flights are gradually being resumed across much of the network, both for passenger and cargo transport. In the region, Air France will resume operations in Chile with a weekly passenger flight between Santiago and Paris starting July 6. In Brazil, Air France and KLM currently offer 14 weekly flights to Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, and this number will rise to 18 from July 6. Air France and KLM never stopped flying to Brazil. In Latin America, in addition, Air France and KLM offer passenger flights to Panama and Mexico City.

"We see a need to travel again and this summer we will gradually reopen our network to 150 destinations in France, Europe and the rest of the world. After this difficult period, we are very pleased to welcome our customers back on board our aircraft so they can go out this summer and reunite with their loved ones. Air France teams both on the ground and in flight are fully mobilized to guarantee each of our customers the highest level of health safety, "said Anne Rigail, Director General from Air France.

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