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Most airlines have been operating skeleton schedules for most of the past few months but, over the past few weeks, we’ve slowly started to see a few airlines announcing plans to increase the number of flights they offer. The latest airline to announce increased routes and services to/from the US is Air France.
As things stand, Air France actually offers a pretty impressive number of flights between Paris CDG and various cities in the United States with cities like Los Angeles, Atlanta, and New York seeing at least 7 Air France flights per week (the schedule is especially impressive considering how few people can actually travel between the US and Europe with ease). From September, however, things look even better.
Cities like Houston, Washington D.C, and Detroit will see Air France service resume after a significant absence and key destinations like New York, Atlanta, and Los Angeles will see a significant uptick in flight frequencies.
The big and obvious change to the Air France USA schedule in October is the increase in flights operating to/from JFK with the remaining changes being more subtle – the Boston and San Francisco services go daily and Washington D.C loses one of its weekly flights.
Air France has announced its intent to start increasing the number of flights it offers between Paris and various cities in the United States from September. Three cities will be seeing their first Air France flights for months while Air France’s three key US destinations will all be getting at least 10 flights per week.