Bordeaux-CPH and more new routes

Air France announces eight more routes for 2017
Air France has revealed for later in 2017 two new destinations departing from Paris and six from Bordeaux, Nice and Toulouse, including Bordeaux-Copenhagen.
The Copenhagen route will be operational four times a week (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Sundays) between July 24 and September 3, leaving Bordeaux at 11:15 and leaving Copenhagen at 14:40, on A319 and A320 aircraft.
From Paris-Charles de Gaulle from July 18, Air France will fly to Agadir in Morocco and Palma de Mallorca in Spain with three weekly flights each, operated on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
A new direct service will connect Nice and Tel Aviv from July 22 to September 9, while from July 24 to September 3 Air France will fly to Athens from both Nice and Toulouse, Malta from Toulouse and Frankfurt from Bordeaux.
The airline says these new medium-haul destinations “respond to leisure travellers’ high demand during the summer holiday period”.
It adds: “Moreover, the fewer trips made by business travellers in July and August will enable the company to redeploy its aircraft on departure from the French regions. In this way, Air France is optimising the use of its fleet and increasing capacity on its medium-haul network.”
The new summer services are in addition to the launch of new routes from Paris to Porto and Marrakech starting from March 26.
TTG Nordic


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