Air France has started to gradually resume flights, especially to/from metropolitan
France, the French Overseas Departments, and Europe.
The airline is currently operating between 3 and
5% of its usual schedule, and has been since the end of March 2020
The new flight schedule will be equivalent to 15% of
the capacities usually deployed at this time of year, and will be
operated by 75 aircraft in the Air France fleet, which comprises
of 224 aircraft.
Paris-Charles de Gaulle (up to 30 June 2020):
Bastia, Biarritz, Bordeaux, Brest, Calvi, Clermont-Ferrand, Figari,
Marseille, Montpellier, Nice, Pau, Perpignan, Toulon, Toulouse.
French Overseas Departments and Caribbean
Fort-de-France, Pointe-à-Pitre, Saint-Denis de La Réunion,
Saint-Martin (cargo only).
Barcelona, Bari, Bergen, Berlin, Birmingham, Bologna, Bucharest,
Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin, Düsseldorf, Edinburgh, Florence,
Frankfurt, Geneva, Hamburg, Hanover, Heraklion, Ibiza, Lisbon,
Ljubljana, London, Madrid, Manchester, Milan, Munich, Naples,
Newcastle, Oslo, Palma de Mallorca, Porto, Prague, Rome,
Stockholm, Warsaw, Venice, Vienna, Yerevan, Zurich.
Bangalore, Beirut, Bombay, Delhi, Dubai, Cairo.
Abidjan (cargo only), Bamako (cargo only), Cotonou, Douala,
Conakry and Nouakchott, only for sale to Paris CDG.
Atlanta, Boston (cargo only),
Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Montreal.
Panama City (cargo only), Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo.
Bangkok (cargo only), Ho Chi Minh (cargo only), Hong
Kong, Osaka, Seoul, Shanghai (cargo only), Singapore, Tokyo.
To/From Lyon-St. Exupéry
Bordeaux, Brest, Caen, Lille, Nantes, Nice, Pau, Rennes,
This flight schedule is likely to
change and remains subject to obtaining the necessary governmental
Air France’s flight schedule for the months of July and August will be
published at the beginning of June 2020.
This updated flight
schedule means that a lot of flights have also been cancelled.
Affected customers can reschedule or cancel their trip at no extra
cost. They should contact the airline for more information.