New destinations

A brief overview of our new destinations – get inspired for your next trip!


Discover the stunning mountains, ski resorts and nature parks of British Columbia. Drive along the Sea to Sky coastal road to Whistler and enjoy spectacular views. For an even more exhilarating experience, climb the wooden Capilano Suspension Bridge, hanging high above the Capilano River or go hiking in the spectacular Rocky Mountains.

Vancouver is a famous cosmopolitan coastal city with a regularly praised quality of life. From 29 March 2015, Air France will offer up to 5 weekly flights between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Vancouver.

Flights will be operated by Boeing 777-200 with 309 seats: 35 in Business, 24 in Premium Economy and 250 in Economy.

Rangoon, Myanmar

Air France is now offering a new route to Rangoon (Myanmar) via Bangkok, departing from Paris-Charles de Gaulle.
With departure from Germany via Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Air France is offering six flights per week to Bangkok (Mondays, Wednesday, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays), aboard a 468-seat Boeing 777-300 aircraft (14 seats in Business Class, 32 in Premium Economy and 422 in Economy). With a flight connection in Bangkok, Air France offers a flight to Rangoon operated by Bangkok Airways, thanks to a code sharing agreement.
Connecting time between the two flights has been reduced to a minimum at Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi airport, so that the pearl of South-East Asia is now more accessible than ever before.


Stavanger is the fourth biggest city in Norway and the center of the Norwegian oil and gas industry.
By visiting the Norwegian oil museum, you can acquaint yourself with the history of oil production in Norway.
Take a tour through the historic center and the old harbor where big cruiser ships and liners are arriving.
Stavanger’s surroundings will fascinate you as well: Marvel at the 612 m high Månafossen waterfall and walk along the longest sandy beach in Norway, called Solastrand.

As from 31st March 2014, Air France will operate two daily flights via Paris-CDG to Stavanger. The flights will be served by Embraer 170 machines with 76 seats. Stavanger is the second Air France destination in Norway after Oslo and complements the five daily KLM flights from Amsterdam.

Tokyo, Japan

As from 30 March 2014, Air France will be offering a new service to Tokyo-Haneda airport, in addition to its flights to Tokyo-Narita. In this way, Air France will offer two daily frequencies - one day flight and one night flight - to Tokyo-Haneda and one daily frequency to Tokyo-Narita, providing customers with a wider range of flight schedules to better organize their trip.

Air France is the only airline to offer night flights between Tokyo-Haneda airport and Paris-Charles de Gaulle, ensuring its customers arrive at their destination feeling rested. Close to the city centre and very popular with business travellers, Tokyo-Haneda also facilitates connections with the Japanese domestic network.
The day flight to Tokyo-Haneda will be operated by Boeing 777-200, with a capacity of 309 seats (35 in the Business cabin, 24 in Premium Economy and 250 in Economy).
The night flight will be operated by Boeing 777-300, with a capacity of 303 seats (8 seats in La Première, 67 in Business, 24 in Premium Economy and 200 in Economy).


The capital of the Republic of Indonesia and the largest city in Southeast Asia is located on the island of Java directly on the Bay of Jakarta.
In the bay there is also the island group "Thousand Islands" or in Indonesian "Kepulauan Seribu", a part of the National Marine Park. Jakarta is a dynamic, multicultural metropolis. Air conditioned shopping malls, skyscrapers, museums, chic restaurants and exciting nightlife are just part of the city as the street traders, hawkers, food stalls and the architectural monuments of the colonial past.
From 1st July 2014 Air France will launch daily connections via Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Singapore to Jakarta, operated by a Boeing B777-300 with 303 seats, eight of them in La Première (First Class), 67 in Business, 28 in Premium Economy and 200 in Economy.


The capital of Brazil was completed on 21th April 1960 and inaugurated by President Kubitschek. Brasília thus replaced Rio de Janeiro as the new capital of the country. Far from civilization, the city was built in 4 years. Located on a central plateau, it is far from the other cities of the country such as São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Recife. Hypermodern, with impressive architecture the city is since 1987 on UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites.
From 31st March 2014 Air France will fly to Brasilia as the third destination in Brazil. 3 times a week, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, Brasilia will be operated with a Boeing 777-200.

Panama City

The capital of Panama is located on the Pacific coast, just at the southern entrance of the Panama Canal. Many international firms and banks, exclusive shops and restaurants characterize the modern city of Panama City.
But only a few minutes away from the modern center in the Casco Viejo district, you can admire the colonial architecture of bygone days. The old town is a UNESCO Heritage Site. On a trip with the Smithsonian canopy crane in El Parque Natural Metropolitano, you can enjoy a panoramic view over the largest urban forest in the world. You should not miss the Miraflores Locks of the Panama Canal. Here you can watch huge ships as they pass through the locks and the Miraflores Visitor Center provides interesting information about the canal.

From 25th November Air France flies 3 times a week, Monday, Thursday and Saturday to the city in the Pacific Ocean.

A Boeing 777-200 with a capacity of 309 seats, 35 seats in Business Class, 24 Premium Economy seats and 250 seats in Economy, is flying to the city.

The capital of Uruguay

"A house with a garden" - that's how the inhabitants of Uruguay describe their country. The "house" is the capital Montevideo. "Garden" is the green hinterland of Uruguay. With 300 sunny days a year, you can enjoy a pleasant climate. Montevideo is situated on the northeastern shore of the Rio de la Plata and is the southern metropolis. Lively, versatile with a rich culture and history, Montevideo is not only one of the safest cities in Latin America but also one with the highest quality of life.
Starting 16. April Air France flies five times a week via Buenos Aires to Montevideo, making it the 15th destination in South America. This route is operated with a Boeing 777-200 and a capacity of 308 seats. 34 seats in Business Class, 24 in Premium Economy and 250 seats in Economy.

Kuala Lumpur
The capital of Malaysia

A vibrant Asian metropolis, a melting pot of cultures and a major economic center. You will be fascinated by this city that combines tradition and modernity. Historical colonial buildings, temples and mosques, street food, mingle with ultramodern skyscrapers, exclusive shopping malls, coffee bars and restaurants.
The Petrona Towers, the highest twin towers in the world, dominate the city.

Starting 22. April Air France flies three times a week with a Boeing 777-200 via Paris to Kuala Lumpur with a capacity of 270 seats, 4 seats in La Premiere, 49 seats in Business Class, 24 seats in Premium Economy and 170 seats in Economy.

Minneapolis – St. Paul
The Twin Cities

The Twin Cities are located in southeastern of Minnesota and the capital is St. Paul. 60 percent of Minnesotans live in the catchment area of the metropolis – St. Paul. The largest shopping mall of the United States, the Mall of America, is located here. Minnesota is called "the Land of the ten thousands lakes" due to their high number in the area.

Air France flies in the summer season from 2 June to 31 August 2014 to Minneapolis - St. Paul. The seasonal connection is flown with an Airbus A340 with a capacity of 275 seats, 30 seats in Business, 21 in Premium Economy seats and 224 seats in Economy.

Hubei, China

Since April 2012 Air France flies to Wuhan, the capital of Hubei Province. The city is located in central China, at the confluence of the Yangtze River and the Han River, and has the largest inland port in China. The city is the economic and industrial center in the region. Centrally located between the major centers of China, Beijing and Guangzhou in the north, in the south Hong Kong and Shanghai in the east and Chongqing in the west of the city is a major transportation hub. The town marks many lakes and gentle rolling hills. There are many tourist attractions, such as the Yellow Crane Tower, the Changchun Temple,. Hubei Province Museum or the 3 Gorges cruise on the Yangtze River.

Air France flies 3 times a week with a Boeing 777-200 with a capacity of 309 seats, 35 seats in Business, 24 in Premium Voyageur seats and 250 seats in Economy. Air France is the first airline who connects Wuhan nonstop with Europe.