Air France-KLM has strengthened its strategic position in North and South America
Air France KLM has strengthened its strategic position in the area of North and South America, starting with this autumn, through new flights to Panama and San Francisco, but also to the area of Northern Europe, through new daily flights to Stavanger, Norway.
Starting with November of 2013, Air France operates 3 weekly flights (Monday, Thursday and Saturday) to Panama, with a Boeing 777-200 aircraft, which has 309 seats. Air France is expanding its network in Central, South and Caribbean areas, maintaining its position as a European leader in this region.
Starting with 31 March 2014, Air France will operate two daily flights to Stavanger (Norway) departing from Charles de Gaulle. Thus, Air France will serve a second destination in Norway, after Oslo (three daily flights) and complete the KLM offer that offers 5 customers weekly flights departing from Schiphol.
From 30 to March 2014, Air France introduces a new destination, San Francisco, the flights being operated with A380, the largest passenger aircraft. Air France-KLM, along with their partners, serve over 260 daily transatlantic flights. This collaboration results in a large network, with varied rates and favorable connection possibilities. In 2014, Air France will offer its passengers the opportunity to fly to 11 destinations in the United States (departing from the CDG): Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York, San Francisco and Washington.