Air France is increasing the number of long-haul services to its leisure destinations.
Subject to the relaxation of travel restrictions, the airline now plans to operate up to 98 weekly flights this summer to the French Caribbean, Reunion Island, French Guiana, French Polynesia, Saint-Martin, the Dominican Republic, and the Riviera Maya in Mexico.
This summer, Guadeloupe, Martinique, French Guiana, and Reunion Island will be connected to both Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly, providing connections to the entire Air France short, medium and long-haul network.
Flight schedule – summer season 2021:
On leaving Paris-Orly:
Pointe-à-Pitre (Guadeloupe), Fort-de-France (Martinique), Saint-Denis de La Réunion:
o Up to 14 weekly flights to each destination
Cayenne (French Guiana): Up to 7 weekly flights
On leaving Paris-Charles de Gaulle:
(Guadeloupe), Fort-de-France (Martinique), Saint-Denis de La Réunion: Up to 7 weekly flights to each destination
Cayenne (French Guiana): Up to 3 weekly flights
Papeete (French Polynesia): Up to 3 weekly flights
Saint Martin: Up to 7 weekly flights
Punta Cana (Dominican Republic): Up to 7 weekly flights
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic): Up to 3 weekly flights
Cancun Mexico): Up to 5 weekly flights
The flights will be operated by Boeing 777 and Airbus A330 equipped with Business, Premium Economy, and Economy cabins.
The days of operation, hours, and rates are available for consultation on airfrance.fr.
This flight schedule is subject to change based on travel restrictions.
Before traveling, Air France invites its customers to verify travel restrictions and required documents upon arrival at their destination. For more information, visit airfrance.traveldoc.aero.
Still subject to the lifting of travel restrictions, Air France also plans to serve the following overseas destinations, the Caribbean and the Indian Ocean from Paris-Charles de Gaulle this summer: Antananarivo (Madagascar), Havana (Cuba), and Port- Louis (Mauritius).
For the flights to operate to Punta Cana and Santo Domingo, Air France will use Boeing 777-300ER equipment with a capacity for 468 passengers.