LONDON – Air France will resume its operations between Paris and the United States from April until October, the carrier announced.
Beginning March 27, Air France will fly once again on a daily basis from Paris Orly Airport (ORY) to New York’s JFK.
On the same day, Air France is going to fly from Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) to Dallas/Fort Worth Airport 5 times a week.
On May 4, the carrier will begin its seasonal service between CDG and Denver International Airport.
Air France gradually began to increase their flights to the United States after they have lifted the restrictions for vaccinated people in November 2021.
By summer, the carrier should be serving 14 U.S. destinations from Paris, namely: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington D.C. with nearly 200 weekly flights, 20 percent more than summer 2019, according to Air France.
In addition, the carrier’s “Ready to Fly” service – introduced in July 2021 and which allows customers to request and receive confirmation that they have all required health documents for their trip – is now available on all flights to and from the United States, according to the airline.