Air France KLM plans to operate half the regular routes


Air France operated only half of the flights that would normally start during the same period in November and December. The current travel restrictions require the French branch of Air France-KLM to take that decision. Already earlier this week, KLM crossed out the planned increase in the number of flights this autumn.

Air France expects to return to 170 destinations before the turn of the year. These are almost all destinations in the airline’s regular winter planning. In Europe Air France flies to all destinations that are normally in winter planning.

The French airline is still taking a swing at the planned schedule.

“Borders are gradually being opened up. Changes to the flight schedule are likely, depending on the approval of governments.”

International air traffic was barely possible at the height of the corona pandemic. Many airlines have received financial aid from governments to stay on their feet. Air France-KLM receives a total of EUR 10.4 billion in aid from the French and Dutch States.

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