Singapore is Air France’s new A380 destination

Singapore is seventh destination for A380 flights this summer

Air France will start operating an Airbus A380 on the Paris-Charles de Gaulle-Singapore route for the first time from April 1. Later in the year, from June to the end of October, flights will take place three times a week. From Singapore, the airline is offering 38 weekly code-share connecting flights with Qantas to five destinations in Australia, namely Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide.
In summer 2012, seven destinations will be served by the Air France A380 – New York-JFK, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Montreal, Johannesburg, Tokyo-Narita and Singapore. Air France was the first European airline to operate flights with the superjumbo in 2009.