39 new medium-haul routes for this summer


This summer, Air France, KLM and Transavia, three brands of the Air France-KLM Group, will offer 39 new routes.

This new offer is in line with Air France-KLM’s offensive strategy as part of its Trust Together project. The growth of the Group’s fleet combined with a more intensive use of its aircraft, allow it to offer new destinations in Europe during the period of high summer demand. The Group thus aims to return to a leadership position in the global air transport industry, thanks to its two coordinated hubs.

Air France is launching 4 new destinations on departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle and 9 new routes on departure from Nice, Toulouse, Bordeaux and Marseille.

On departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle:
- Porto in Portugal as from 26 March 2017 with 3 weekly flights,
- Marrakech in Morocco as from 26 March 2017 with 3 weekly flights,
- Palma de Mallorca in Spain as from 18 July 2017 with 3 weekly flights,
- Agadir in Morocco as from 18 July 2017 with 3 weekly flights.

On departure from Nice:
- Tel Aviv in Israel as from 22 July 2017 with up to 4 weekly flights,
- Athens in Greece as from 24 July 2017 with up to 2 weekly flights.

On departure from Toulouse:
- Athens in Greece as from 24 July 2017 with up to 4 weekly flights,
- Malta as from 24 July 2017 with up to 3 weekly flights.

On departure from Bordeaux:
- Frankfurt in Germany as from 24 July 2017 with 3 weekly flights,
- Copenhagen in Denmark as from 24 July 2017 with 4 weekly flights.

On departure from Marseille:
- Athens in Greece as from 24 July 2017 with 4 weekly flights,
- Stockholm in Sweden as from 24 July 2017 with 2 weekly flights,
- Ibiza in Spain as from 24 July 2017 with 3 weekly flights.

 

KLM offers 8 new destinations in Europe.

On departure from Amsterdam-Schiphol:
- London in England as from 6 February with up to 4 daily flights,
- Malaga in Spain as from 1st April 2017 with one daily flight,
- Split in Croatia as from 22 April 2017 with one daily flight,
- Cagliari in Italy as from 22 April 2017 with one daily flight,
- Catania in Italy as from 22 April 2017 with one daily flight,
- Graz in Austria as from 15 May 2017 with one daily flight,
- Porto in Portugal as from 15 May 2017 with one daily flight,
- Gdansk in Poland as from 21 May 2017 with one daily flight.

 

Transavia launches 18 new routes.

On departure from Paris-Orly:
- Tangiers in Morocco as from 2 April 2017 with 3 weekly flights,
- Palma de Mallorca in Spain as from 22 April 2017 with one weekly flight,
- Tivat in Montenegro as from 27 April 2017 with 2 weekly flights.

On departure from Amsterdam-Schiphol:
- Munich in Germany as from 16 February 2017 with 6 weekly flights,
- Zurich in Switzerland as form 16 February 2017 with 4 weekly flights,
- Helsinki in Finland as from 3 April 2017 with 4 weekly flights,
- Belgrade in Serbia as from 4 April 2017 with 3 weekly flights,
- Ljubljana in Slovenia as from 4 April 2017 with 3 weekly flights,
- Reus in Spain as from 15 April 2017 with 2 weekly flights,
- Comiso in Italy – Sicily as form 22 April 2017 with 1 weekly flights,
- Almeria in Spain as from 22 April 2017 with 2 weekly flights,
- Katowice in Poland as from 9 May 2017 with 2 weekly flights,
- Tirana in Albania as from 10 May 2017 with 3 weekly flights,
- Sofia in Bulgaria as from 10 May 2017 with 3 weekly flights.

On departure from Eindhoven:
-
Stockholm in Sweden as from 3 April 2017 with 4 weekly flights.

On departure from Munich Airport:

- Dublin in Ireland as from 26 March 2017 with 3 weekly flights,
- Barcelona in Spain as from 26 March with 5 weekly flights,
- Stockholm in Sweden as from 27 March 2017 with 2 weekly flights.