Air France has revealed host of new international routes in its schedule update to be launched from Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) in the coming weeks as well as route restarts.
Air France’s 2X-weekly CDG-Nairobi (NBO) service will now include Zanzibar (ZNZ) in Tanzania as a third point beginning October 18.
The flag-carrier will then launch 3X-weekly service between CDG and Muscat in Oman from October 31.
A day later on November 1, Air France will commence 3X-weekly flights from CDG to Colombo (CMB) in Sri Lanka and 4X-weekly service to Banjul (BJL) in the Gambia.
The airline also plans to resume flights on a number of previously operated routes from CDG that have been suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
These services include 3X-weekly service to Fortaleza (FOR) in Brazil from October 22; 2X-weekly flights to Mahé (SEZ) in Seychelles from October 23; 3X-weekly service to Cape Town (CPT) in South Africa from October 31; 1X-weekly flights to Hong Kong from November 5; and 3X-weekly service to Seattle in the US from December 6.
By victor Shalton Odhiambo