Air France looks to Stavanger and more in 2014

Four new destinations expected at from March 2014

Air France passengers can expect the launch of four new destinations at the end of March 2014: Tokyo-Haneda, Jakarta, Brasilia – and Stavanger.

The airline will operate two daily flights to Stavanger from Paris-Charles de Gaulle. This new route is in addition to the services already offered by KLM, which operates five daily flights to Stavanger from Amsterdam-Schiphol.

The new service to Tokyo-Haneda will be in addition to Air France’s once-daily flights to Tokyo-Narita, with two daily frequencies – a day flight and a night flight.

The new daily service from Paris to Jakarta will be a continuation of the flight to Singapore. On the inbound and outbound flights, Air France will depart in the evening, enabling passengers to rest during the night.

Brasilia, Air France’s third destination in Brazil, will be served by three weekly frequencies (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays) from Paris-Charles de Gaulle.

In 2013, Air France launched two new destinations in South America: Montevideo, as a continuation of the flight to Buenos Aires, and Panama City. It also launched to Kuala Lumpur.

Since September, the Air France A380 has been serving Shanghai-Pudong with three weekly flights. From 30 March 2014 and for the whole of the summer 2014 season, Air France will fly daily to San Francisco with the A380.

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[photo courtesy Air France]

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