NEW FLIGHTS TO NEW DESTINATIONS
For centuries, many different cultures - including Roman, Arab, Punic and Norman - have shaped Palermo. From this mosaic of cultures was born a city with a harmonious and baroque portrait. Palaces, churches and buildings with Arabic-Norman architecture imbued with baroque style will delight aesthetes and history lovers alike.
On 18 July 2019, Air France will inaugurate four weekly flights from Palermo to Paris - Charles de Gaulle operated by Airbus A319 aircraft. The new route is scheduled until September 1st, 2019.
Olbia, which means "happiness" in ancient Greek, is the starting point in Sardinia. This land, whose geography varies from the hills where you can hear Sardinian shepherds whistling, to the coasts lined with turquoise waters, is certainly one of our most stunning destinations.
On 15 July 2019 a new route, scheduled until September 1st, 2019 will start between Olbia and Paris - Charles de Gaulle, operated four times a week by Air France HOP.
Situated 2,850 meters high in the Andean foothills, Quito is flanked by six volcanoes and is amongst one of the most impressive locations in the world. The charming historic center packed with colonial monuments, architectural treasures, picturesque plazas and magnificent churches made Quito the first UNESCO World Heritage site.
From 14 May 2019, during the summer season, Joon will operate 3 weekly flights to Quito from Paris Charles de Gaulle flying on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Ibiza, the paradox, is a pure delight by day and night. The sunshine, which the island enjoys practically all year round, will win over Air France customers as soon as they get off the plane. This slice of paradise offering beautiful rural landscapes, culture and leisure has something to suit everyone. Its sandy beaches and creeks compete with the hinterland. Also known as the Island of Pine Trees, Ibiza is a UNESCO world heritage site.
From 13 April to 26 October 2019 Air France will offer from 2 up to 7 (in peak season) weekly flights to Ibiza.
Bari, the capital of Puglia, is a must-see city in Italy. By bicycle or on foot, on the seafront or in the heart of the old town, Bari captivates its visitors with its history, its medieval walls, romantic walks and perpetual sunshine.
Since 18 July 2018 Air France operates from 1 up to 5 (in peak season) weekly flights to Bari.
Cagliari, a typically Mediterranean city, is the capital of Sardinia. Cagliari spreads across several hills, with the city's castle and historic centre perched high on top of the highest hill. Its surrounding natural parks are also popular with travellers who come to admire its flora and fauna.
From 13 April to 26 October 2019 Air France will offer from 1 up to 7 (in peak season) weekly flights to Cagliari operated by Air France HOP.
Norway´s second largest city and second largest port, Bergen stands out with its colourful wooden houses along the old wharf. A gateway to the Fjords, the city is also known for its wonderful fish market and its lively inhabitants. The narrow streets winding upwards give travellers a closer view of the 7 mountains that surround the city centre.
Air France operates daily flights to Bergen since 27 May 2018.
The city that rose from the ashes of Mount Etna is today the second largest city of Sicily. Its vitality, historical and archaeological heritage, the crystal clear sea of the Ionian coast and its gastronomic traditions will be make Catania the perfect destination for your next holiday.
Since 27 March 2018 Air France operates from 3 up to 7 (in peak season) weekly flights to Catania from Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport.
For the 2019 summer season (March 31 to October 26, 2019), Air France will offer its customers Belgrade (Serbia) on departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle. This route will be operated with one daily flight from 31 March 2019.
In addition, with its partner Air Serbia, Air France customers will benefit from a total of 21 weekly flights between Paris and Belgrade.
Georgia, located at the crossroads of Eastern Europe and Asia, is marked by the traces of a bright past, as witnessed by the capital Tbilisi, nestled between Sololaki hill and the Kura River. Its winding streets, small squares, numerous churches, old houses and fortresses dating from the 4th century make Tbilisi a picturesque city with an exceptional heritage.
From April 1, 2019 Air France operates two weekly flights to Tbilisi from Paris-Charles de Gaulle, on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic, offers from the top of the city walls views of its sparkling red tile roofs, set against the shimmering turquoise waters of the Adriatic. The old town, included in the UNESCO list of world heritage sites, is full of historical treasures. The marble streets of the medieval city will enthral travellers.
From 6 April to 26 October 2019 Air France operates to Dubrovnik from 1 up to 5 (in peak season) weekly flights.
Perpignan, the Catalan, is nestled between the sea and the mountains, surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea and the Corbières mountain range. Former capital of the Kingdom of Mallorca, its town centre and typical bright-coloured walls recall its Spanish influences.
Air France takes you to Perpignan with 4 daily flights operated by Air France and Air France HOP.
Located on the River Oder in western Poland, Wroclaw with its 12 islands and 112 bridges is also known as the “Venice of the North”. From the old town to Nadordrze, famous for its cosy cafés and street art, its baroque, Gothic and classical architecture, and its colourful houses, Wroclaw is the fourth largest city in Poland.
Air France operates daily flights to Wroclaw since 26 May 2018 operated by Air France Hop.