NEW FLIGHTS TO NEW DESTINATIONS

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

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Nice, France

Situated on the French Riviera and it is the second-largest city of France on the Mediterranean coast. Boasting of a mild Mediterranean climate, a colourful culture, a vivacious Old Town district, and a flawless shoreline strip of terrific hotels. This South-eastern French city has been a popular travel destination since the 18th century. All the serenity of Nice is captured in the evening as the sun sets on Castle Hill and Mount Boron, while you walk along the citrus-coloured facades of the Old City and stroll through its vivid shopping aisles.

As from 28 June 2021, Air France will operate 4 weekly flight from London Heathrow to Nice, on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. An additional Saturday flight will operate between 19 July – 29 August. Flights will be operated by an Airbus A320 aircraft.

Monastir, Tunusia

Traditionally a fishing port, Monastir offers an abundance of fresh seafood and produce, you will not be disappointed if you are a seafood fanatic. The Golden beaches, sapphire blue sea and the enchanting medieval monuments certainly makes Monastir an ideal destination for a seaside getaway. From Jet Ski to spa, museum to golf, or a stroll along the seafront, there are plenty of activities to keep you busy. Don’t forget to explore the local souks where traditionally you will find all the spices, leather bags, blankets, woven baskets.

From 7 July until 28 August 2021, Air France will operate 2 weekly flights between Paris Charles de Gaulle and Monastir Habib Bourguiba International Airport on Wednesday and Saturdays. Flights will be operated by an Airbus A320 aircraft.

Ajaccio, France

Corsica's capital and largest city, the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte, Ajaccio combines the best of Italy and France in one place. The seaside city offers some great restaurants and hotels. The old town are made up of some charming architectures and you will find the famous landmark Cathedrale Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption. For the food lovers you will find abundance of great restaurants along the harbour, from fresh seafood to freshly made pizzas.

From 5 June until 30 Oct 2021, Air France will operate 1 weekly flights between Paris Charles de Gaulle and Ajaccio Napoleon Bonaparte Airport on Saturdays. Flights will be operated by Embraer 190 and Airbus A318 aircrafts. Daily flight will operate between 5 July - 29 August.

Heraklion, Greece

Also known as Iraklio, is a Greek port city and the capital of the Crete Island, where you will find a modern city meets traditional Greek landmarks like the Minoan Palace and the Rocca a Mare Fortress. You can easily spend half a day around the Old Town, amongst the 1,000 shops along the pedestrian-only narrow streets and alleys you will find boutiques selling an extensive choice of handmade crafts and souvenirs, café and restaurants serving traditional Cretan cuisine. For those fancy a seaside dining experience there are plenty of great restaurants to choose from along the harbour.

From 15 May until 30 October 2021, Air France will operate 3 weekly flights between Paris Charles de Gaulle and Heraklion International Airport on Monday, Wednesday and Saturdays. Flights will be operated by Airbus A319 and A320 aircrafts. Between 1 June - 30 October, daily flight will be operated and an additional flight will operate on Tuesday.

Malta

A great Mediterranean destination. Malta has a wide cultural offer but it is also rich in natural beauty. The Maltese archipelago with its crystalline waters is one of the best places for diving. Visit the capital city of Valetta, stroll along the narrow streets, admire the architecture or just find the right place to enjoy the traditional food with Sicilian and Middle East influences. Pack to Malta for a warm and welcoming experience.

From 5 July until 29 August 2021, Air France will operate 3 weekly flights between Paris Charles de Gaulle and La Valette – Malta International Airport on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays. Flights will be operated by an Airbus A319 aircraft.

Agadir, Morocco

Located in southern Morocco, Agadir is one of the country’s best places for spending time lounging on white sandy beaches under the sun. Take advantage of the splendid resorts for some rest and relaxation and hit the many beachfront restaurants and bars for a splendid night out. For those interested in a bit of exploration, a hike to the Kasbah, trips down to the local souk and a trip to the Sous Massa National Park are always recommended. When you’re done, pamper yourself and let all the stresses float away at a Hammam.

From 8 July until 28 August 2021, Air France will operate 2 weekly flights between Paris Charles de Gaulle and Agadir – Al Massira Airport on Thursdays and Saturdays. Flights will be operated by an Airbus A320 aircraft.

Las Palmas, Spain

One of the largest cities in the Canary Islands, Las Palmas is renowned for its perennially warm temperatures and subtropical climate. As a thriving beach town, you can expect to spend a lot of time around (and in) the ocean – soaking up the sunshine, dining at a local restaurant or even snorkelling underwater. Shoppers can delight in visiting the Triana and Mesa y Lopez Streets for strolling in and out of shops and department stores. Sightseers on the other hand can head to one of the handful of Cathedrals and Museums dotted around the city – each renowned for a distinct link to Las Palmas’ past.

From 5 July until 28 August 2021, Air France will operate 2 weekly flights between Paris Charles de Gaulle and Gran Canaria Airport on Mondays and Saturdays. Flights will be operated by an Airbus A320 aircraft.

Tangiers, Morocco

Tangiers is a melting pot of cultures, and one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Africa. A white city guarding the Strait of Gibraltar with an interesting history, beautiful sights and unspoiled beaches. Wander the narrow streets of the historic medina to get a real feel of the city and end up your day in one of the cafes sipping a sweet Moroccan mint tea and admiring the views to the blue ocean.

From 3 June till 24 October 2021, Air France will operate up to 3 weekly flights between Paris Charles de Gaulle and Tangier – Ibn Battuta Airport on Tuesdays and Thursdays and Sundays. Flights will be operated by an Airbus A320/319 aircraft.

Denver, United States

Denver, the capital of Colorado, is an American metropolis dating from the Old West era. Known as the Mile High City due to its official altitude of one mile. The city is connected through beautiful parks and bike paths but it’s also well known for the love of craft beer mania. Visit Larimer Square in the downtown, surrounded by charming Victorian buildings that have been converted into boutiques and a great selection of rooftop bars, chef-driven restaurants, world-class art galleries and museums to delight everyone. No trip to Denver is complete without a journey into the surrounding beauty of the Colorado mountains and the breath-taking Rocky Mountains.

From 2 July until 29 October 2021, Air France will operate 3 weekly flights between Paris Charles de Gaulle and Denver International Airport on Wednesday, Fridays and Sundays. Flights will be operated by a Boeing 787-900.

Pisa, Italy

Once a maritime power to rival Genoa and Venice, modern Pisa is best known for an architectural project gone terribly wrong, The Leaning Tower, which is one of the most remarkable architectural structures from medieval Europe. Apart from the Romanesque buildings, Gothic churches and Renaissance piazzas, if you start exploring the city, Pisa actually offers some vibrant cafe and bar scenes as well. Nearby Livorno is a charming port city located on the west coast of Tuscany, often it is referred as The Tuscan Venice as the small bridges and boats resemble the city in Northern Italy.

From 5 July until 29 August 2021, Air France will operate 3 weekly flights between Paris Charles de Gaulle and Pisa International Airport on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. Flights will be operated by Airbus A318 and A319 aircrafts.
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