Air France and Air Malta sign codeshare

Eighteen weekly flights between Paris, Lyon and Malta

Air France and Air Malta have signed a codeshare agreement so that Air France will place its code and flight numbers on flights operated by Air Malta between Malta and Paris-CDG and Orly, and also between Malta and Lyon.

Starting on March 30, the agreement will enable Air France to offer its customers 18 weekly services between the two French cities and Malta. The flights to and from Paris will then connect with Air France’s global and French domestic networks.

The flights will be operated by the Maltese airline with Airbus A319/A320 aircraft and are already on sale.

The two airlines’ customers will benefit from new services, such as through check-in for passengers with connections. Air France passengers will be able to earn miles with the Flying Blue loyalty program.

Travel Daily News


Check Also

Joon, air france, millennial, Oslo, flight, first, Nordic, destinations, Paris

Millennials visit Oslo on first Joon flight

Air France’s millennial-focused Joon adds its new-generation travel experience to Oslo Airport.

Air France, strike, unions, vote, Easter, March, 2018, cancel, flights, travel

Air France passengers face two strikes

Turbulence ahead as unions vote to stage strikes on both of the upcoming Fridays.

SNCF, rail, train, Brittany, Rennes, taxi, plane, air, Caribbean, Air France, France, VIP, station, Orly, airport, Paris, Massy, Fort-de-France, Martinique, Point-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe, Cayenne, French Guiana, Saint-Denis, Reunion

Brittany to the Caribbean in a single booking

Starting today, Air France is teaming up with a combined ‘rail + air’ offer from TGV AIR.

Air France, cancel, delay, strike, February, pay, grounded, flights, Paris, Toulouse, Lyon

Air France strike hits Paris flights

Travellers are advised to postpone their flights until February 27 as chaos strikes airports.

Aviator, ground handline, Wideroe, lose, customer, Air France-KLM, Norway, airports, security, baggage

Airport handler Aviator loses major airline

The pan-Nordic airport handling provider loses a contract with an important customer to a competitor.

Ryanair’s cabin baggage rules change

Passengers no longer able to carry two cabin bags on board