New partnership with Atlantic Airways


 

Air France and KLM have signed a new code-share agreement with Atlantic Airways for flights linking Paris and Amsterdam to Vágar airport in the Faroe Islands, via Copenhagen, Billund, Bergen, Edinburgh and Reykjavik.

With this new partnership, effective 1 July 2019, Air France and KLM customers will be able to benefit from more travel opportunities between the Faroes and Paris and Amsterdam with a single air ticket and check-in. In addition, they will be able to enjoy FlyingBlue benefits on all these flights.

Moreover, from 1 July 2019, customers will benefit from the launch of a new non-stop route offered by Atlantic Airways using AF flight codes between Vágar airport in the Faroe Islands and Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport, with three flights weekly. Tickets go on sale on 6 June 2019 for flights starting 1 July 2019.

With tickets on sale from 6 June, the partnership between Air France and Atlantic Airways will run from 01/07 to 26/10:

  • Faroe Islands (FAE) – Paris (CDG)
  • Faroe Islands (FAE) – Copenhagen (CPH)

KLM has operated a code share agreement with Atlantic airways since 24 January 2019, offering flights from Copenhagen and Billund (Denmark), Bergen (Norway), Edinburgh (United Kingdom) and Reykjavik (Iceland) to the Atlantic Airways base at Vágar airport. The partnership between KLM and Atlantic Airways covers the following routes:

  • Faroe Islands (FAE) – Copenhagen (CPH)
  • Faroe Islands (FAE) – Bergen (BGO)
  • Faroe Islands (FAE) – Billund (BLL)
  • Faroe Islands (FAE) – Edinburgh (EDI)
  • Faroe Islands (FAE) – Reykjavik (KEF)

Faroe Islands

The Faroe Islands are a choice destination for travellers wishing to experience a truly unique Nordic destination. With their breathtaking, beautifully preserved natural scenery, pure air, world-class cuisine, and rich cultural history, the Faroe Islands are a hidden treasure in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.