Air France continues to adapt its network to the growing demand, with increased services to leisure destinations, plus new services to sunny climes in the upcoming winter season (October 21- March 22).
As of October 18, Air France will fly to Zanzibar (Tanzania), a brand-new destination for the carrier, with two weekly flights operated by Boeing 787-9, a continuation of the flight to Nairobi (Kenya).
Another brand-new destination will be launched on November 1, with three weekly flights to Colombo (Sri Lanka), a continuation of the flight to Malé (Maldives). These will also be operated by Boeing 787-9.
In the Middle East, starting October 31, Air France plans to have three weekly flights to Muscat (Oman), operated by Boeing 787-9. And the carrier will also strengthen its schedule to Dubai (UAE) and offer up to 14 weekly flights from October 23.
In addition, Air France aims to reinforce its flight schedule to Papeete (French Polynesia), a continuation of the flight to LA (U.S.), to meet strong demand. From November 3, the airline will offer up to five weekly flights, operated by Boeing 777-200.
Finally, as of October 31, Air France will increase services to Miami (U.S.) and offer up to 12 weekly flights operated by Boeing 777-300 and Airbus A350.