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Air France unveils New Lounge in Terminal 2F at Paris-Charles de Gaulle

Air France has unveiled its brand new iconic lounge located in terminal 2F at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport.

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Air France unveils a fully redesigned lounge at Montreal-Trudeau Airport

On 11th August 2021, Air France officially opened its fully redesigned lounge at Montreal’s Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, in association with the Plaza Premium Group.

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Air France reveals three new destinations for 2021-2022 winter season

Air France is continuing to increase services to leisure destinations. For the 2021 winter season (October 2021- March 2022), the airline will be flying to 3 new destinations in addition to increasing services to already served cities. All these flights will be served from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport.

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Weekly Roundup of News: May 30, 2021

Qatar Airways boosts Miami flights just in time for busy summer season Starting 12th June 2021, the flag carrier of Qatar will fly 3-times-a-week with its Boeing B777 aircraft. Read the full story here Disneyland Paris all set to reopen for visitors on 17th June Kids now have a new holiday to look forward to […]

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Air France boosts flight schedules to the French Overseas Territories, Caribbean and the Indian Ocean for Summer 2021

Air France is increasing the number of long-haul leisure destinations. These flights will be subject to the relaxation of travel restrictions.

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Air France to operate flights between Paris and Denver

Air France today announced flights between the capital of France and the capital of the US state of Colorado.

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Air France adding more flights to French Overseas this Summer

French national carrier Air France is increasing its service to the French Overseas Departments.

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KLM announces resumption of flights to Nigeria

Minister of Aviation Hadi Sirika confirmed the news with a tweet stating that Air France and Lufthansa have also been given the go-ahead to resume flights to Nigeria.