Air France to expand European network this summer

Air France will launch direct flights to three new cities across Europe from its hub at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport for the upcoming summer season.

The carrier will commence flights from Paris to Verona, Italy, on 2 April. The service will operate three times weekly on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday via Embraer 190 aircraft.

New weekly flights to Narvik, Norway, and Kalamata, Greece, will launch on 15 June and 6 July, respectively. Both services will be operated on Airbus A319 aircraft.

The carrier will also extend its winter service to Tromsø, Norway, through to summer with two weekly flights from Paris Charles de Gaulle.

Additionally, Air France will resume daily flights to Minneapolis, operated in summer 2023, from 13 May via its partner Delta Airlines.

Meanwhile, its service from Paris to North Carolina, inaugurated in winter 2023, will be extended to summer 2024 with up to seven weekly flights operated with Airbus A350-900 aircraft.

The 2024 summer season will see Air France fly to 23 destinations in the US, Canada and Mexico. 

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