Air France Adds Four Destinations for Summer Season

Air France

For the upcoming peak summer season (July and August), Air France will—for the first time—be operating flights to Heraklion (Crete, Greece), Palermo (Sicily, Italy), Olbia (Sardinia, Italy) and Split (Croatia) on departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle. Note: The Olbia flights will be operated by HOP! Air France.

The four new destinations on departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle for the 2019 summer season:

  Maximum number of weekly services





Three July 17 September 1 A319


Four July 18 September 1 A319


Four July 15 September 1 Embraer 190


Four July 16 September 1 A318 / A319

In addition to the four new destinations above, Air France will continue the operation of flights from the 2018 summer season on departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to the following four destinations: Cagliari (operated by HOP! Air France), Dubrovnik, Ibiza and Bari.


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  Maximum number of weekly services Starting Until Aircraft Change in seat capacity (compared to 2018)


Seven April 2 September 1 A319 / A320 +40 percent


Eight April 13 September 1 Embraer 190 / Embraer 175 +14 percent


Five April 6 September 1 A319 / A320 +150 percent


Seven April 13 September 1 A318 +130 percent

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