Air France has announced new changes to flights to Tokyo and Atlanta

Air France has announced new changes to flights to Tokyo and Atlanta

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Air France, the largest French airline and part of the group Air France-KLM, announced in the GDS the new changes to flights to Tokyo and Atlanta. It is not excluded that in the future we will see other changes to other destinations. Most of them will take effect in the fall and will be valid in the winter season 2012-2013.

On the route Paris CDG - Tokyo Narita, Air France will use Airbus A380 aircraft 4 times a day, during the period 9 December - 30 March 2013. During the period 28 October 2012 - 8 December 2012, Air France will fly once a day with A380, following the schedule below:

AF276 CDG 13: 35 - 09: 20 + 1 NRT 388 x134
AF276 CDG 13: 35 - 09: 20 + 1 NRT 77W 134
AF278 CDG 23: 20 - 19: 15 + 1 NRT 77W D

AF275 NRT 12: 45 - 17: 15 CDG 388 x245
AF275 NRT 12: 45 - 17: 15 CDG 77W 245
AF277 NRT 21: 55 - 04: 20 + 1 CDG 77W D

On the route Paris CDG - Atlanta the frequencies remain unchanged in the winter season 2012-2013, except that Air France will operate two flights and Delta Airlines a single flight, a small drop compared to the current schedule. After October 28, the flights will operate according to the schedule below:

DL028 ATL 15: 20 - 06: 10 + 1 CDG 767 D
AT681 ATL 18: 20 - 08: 30 + 1 CDG 772 D
AT689 ATL 21: 05 - 11: 15 + 1 CDG 772 D

AF682 CDG 10: 55 - 14: 40 ATL 772 D
AF688 CDG 13: 40 - 17: 25 ATL 772 D
DL029 CDG 16: 10 - 20: 20 ATL 767 D

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