Air France-KLM operates 101 weekly flights to CIS destinations
At the Olympic Games in Sochi, Air France-KLM made a brief recap of the flights operated from / to Russia, but also to destinations in the CIS countries. Currently, the Air France-KLM group operates 101 weekly flights to destinations from Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol airports. CIS (Community of Independent States): Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kiev (Ukraine), Yerevan (Armenia) and Almaty (Kazakhstan). Air France also flies to Moscow from Marseille, with three direct flights a week.
To offer a wider range of destinations, but also for more frequencies to destinations in the CIS, Air France has concluded codeshare agreements with several airline operators: Aeroflot, Rossiya Airlines and Ukraine International Airlines.
Air France-KLM offers customized ground and air services for Russian passengers. On board aircraft, passengers can enjoy tailored services, cabin crews being trained in Russian culture. Some menus served on board are from Russian cuisine, but French dishes are not lacking either. On the flights to and from Russia and Ukraine, the announcements from the aircraft are also spoken in Russian.