Now you can fly to even more destinations with Air France. Explore our new flights and get inspired for your next holiday!


Palermo, Sicily

Palermo, the largest city in Sicily will captivate your senses. Many cultures have left a mark in this complex metropolis where souk-like markets rub against baroque churches, arabesque domes and citrus-filled cloisters. But that’s not all – another reason to visit the Sicilian capital is the much loved cuisine, so do as the locals do and start your day with an amazingly aromatic coffee and a delicate, freshly baked pastry. The local specialities include both sweet and savoury treats.

From 18 July until 1 September 2019, Air France will operate 4 weekly flights to Palermo from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday on an Airbus A319.

Olbia, Sardinia

Known for its dazzling white sandy beaches and turquoise clear waters, Olbia is home to one of the most beautiful coasts of the Mediterranean. Experience wine tasting like never before at a local vine yard or learn the traditions of Sardinian cuisine at an unforgettable cooking class. The infamous Costa Smeralda often dominates the best-loved beaches; venture further and discover the peaceful coves in Cala Golortize and Cala Mariolu, there are many more of the island’s coastal jewels waiting to be enjoyed.     

From 15 July until 1 September 2019, Air France HOP! will operate 4 weekly flights to Olbia from Paris Charles de Gaulle on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday with an Embraer E90.

Tbilisi, Georgia

Georgia, located at the crossroads of Eastern Europe and Asia, is marked by the traces of a bright past. 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 the Caucasian mountains to the beaches of the Black Sea, Georgia is full of an astonishing range of landscapes that will delight nature lovers.

From 31 March 2019, Air France will operate two weekly flights to Tbilisi from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport on Wednesday and Sunday during the summer season with an Airbus A320.


Serbia’s capital city bears a colourful history with a unique character. Having evolved with a mix of influences, today the city’s inimitable spirit is better seen in its lifestyle. During the day, Belgrade’s many museums give an insight into the country’s heritage. By night it teems with a vibrant café culture and is renowned for its lively entertainment.

From 31 March 2019, Air France will begin operating daily flights between Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport. Flights will be operated during the summer season with an Airbus A319 and A320.

Quito, Ecuador

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, Joon will operate 3 weekly flights to Quito from Paris Charles de Gaulle flying on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays with an Airbus A340.

Dallas, USA

Dallas is the second largest city in Texas, and is filled with popular culture and rich history. Home to the Dallas Cowboys and the infamous AT&T Stadium, the city is filled with an impressive array of museums, bars and coffee shops. Explore the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, where you can find a selection of world-class events and relish in the beauty of horticulture.

From 31 March 2019, Air France will begin operating 3 weekly flights between Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and Dallas. Flights will be operating on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays until 5 October 2019 with an Airbus A330-200. In addition, two flights will be operating on Mondays and Saturdays between 1 July to 1 September 2019.

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