Air France will resume flights between Paris and points in the United States for the April-to-October season, the carrier announced.
Beginning March 27, Air France again will fly once daily between Paris Orly Airport and New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport. Also on that day, it will restore its route between Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport five times per week. On May 4, the carrier will begin seasonal service between Charles de Gaulle and Denver International Airport with three weekly flights.
Air France gradually began to increase its service to the United States after the country lifted travel restrictionsfor vaccinated visitors in November 2021. By summer, the carrier will serve 14 U.S. destinations with departures from Paris: 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 during 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—now is available on all flights to and from the United States, according to the airline.