Air France extends “Mini” fares in Europe

Range of fares to Europe now on another 81 routes

As from today, Air France is extending its range of “Mini” fares to Europe on a further 81 routes, offering fares starting at €49 for travel from June 5. The airline initially launched this new range of fares in January to 58 destinations on the short and medium-haul network.
The aim, the airline says is “to make Air France quality accessible to all”. It said in a statement: “Most European customers can now benefit from this new means of à la carte travel and create their trip according to their needs.”
Passengers can choose between the all-inclusive Classic product or the Mini product, a simplified version aimed at people travelling without checked baggage. On board, all passengers have the same quality of service.
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[photo courtesy Air France]


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