Air France, and to support the gradual recovery of travel expected during the summer, increases the number of flights to summer destinations. There are currently 80 seasonal routes on offer, including 22 new ones in France, Europe and North Africa from Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly and the French regions.
With 39 seasonal routes on the mid-range network, Air France will offer its customers a wide range of destinations. This summer, this airline is adding 14 new routes to its network.
The increase in Air France flights is accompanied by an increase in the number of flights according to Croatian summer destinations. So will Air France starting May 31st for Dubrovnik have a four-week frequency with an increase of up to 11 weekly flights during the peak summer season from July 5 to August 29. From the same date, ie May 31, the French airline will fly towards Split four times a week with an increase to seven weekly flights during the peak of the summer season. And finally the current three frequencies for Zagreb will increase to seven weekly flights during the peak summer season, from July 5 to August 29.
This flight schedule may change depending on travel restrictions, according to Air France. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, Air France has been adjusting its offer in real time, taking into account changes in the health situation.
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