Air France-KLM increases its capacity to Havana


To meet high market demand, the Air France-KLM Group will operate 6 additional flights to Havana, thus increasing its offer to 21 weekly frequencies on departure from the two European hubs of Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol.

In this way, the Group will offer in total over 860 seats per day, thanks to 14 weekly frequencies operated by Air France by Boeing 777-200 (309 seats) and Boeing 777-300 (468 seats) as well as 7 weekly frequencies operated by KLM by Airbus A330-300 (292 seats) and Airbus A330-200 (243 seats).

Flight schedules (in local time) for the 2016-2017 winter season:

AF 940: leaves Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 10:45, arrives in Havana at 15:10;
AF 946: leaves Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 14:05, arrives in Havana at 18:25;

AF 945: leaves Havana at 17:50, arrives at Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 08:35 the following day;
AF 943: leaves Havana at 20:45, arrives at Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 11:35 the following day;

KL 723: leaves Amsterdam-Schiphol at 10:30, arrives in Havana at 15:20;
KL 724: leaves Havana at 17:20, arrives in Amsterdam-Schiphol at 08:30 the following day.

Discover Havana, with Air France and KLM’s travel guides

Air France offers all curious, demanding and passionate travellers a digital and original travel blog, Travel by Air France – travelby.airfrance.com. With two new cities added each month, Havana is among the 95 destinations featured.In this way, Air France customers can browse a wide selection of hidden restaurants, boutique hotels and scenic spots, drawn up by people who love their city (bloggers, e-influencers, journalists, etc.). Air France has designed this guide not only as a source of inspiration for choosing the perfect destination, but also as a genuine planning and assistance tool at the destination.

On the KLM.com website, web users can also consult a travel guide featuring 613 destinations, including Havana. This guide recommends hotels, restaurants, useful addresses, as well as practical information about the airport, means of transport for getting into the city, and information on the necessary visas and local currency. It also contains updated information on local events and weather.

Two European hubs connected to the world

On departure from Havana, customers benefit from optimized connections to the entire Air France-KLM network from the European hubs at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol. The Air France and KLM network is thus totally optimized, offering customers 320 destinations in 114 countries.