Paris - Denver with Air France, from July 2, 2021 (flight schedule).
Air France will launch a new route from Paris-Charles De Gaulle Airport to Denver International Airport on July 2. For these flights, the airline will use Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft, and the flights will be operated 3 times a week.
The new route is a sign that Denver will be able to continue to expand its international route map, despite a global decline in pandemic travel. The low-cost international carrier Norwegian previously had a Denver-Paris flight, but the airline canceled the route when it closed all its transatlantic operations due to the pandemic.
Paris - Denver with Air France.
On Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, flights will be operated as follows:
AF0630 Paris 13:10 - 15:20 Denver
AF0631 Denver 17:30 - 10:50 Paris +1
"These new flights directly reflect the work we've done to position Denver as a global city.", said Denver Mayor Michael Hancock. "With this non-stop service to Paris, Air France supports our economic recovery with jobs and an investment in the tourism and hospitality industry in our region. It's great news. "
Air France and Denver International Airport say the commencement of service is conditional on changes to existing travel bans that do not allow non-essential travel between the United States and Europe.