New destinations


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

Valencia, Spain

Valencia is the third largest city in Spain and has the busiest cargo port in the country. With a remarkable architectural heritage, the city is also known for its futuristic City of Arts and Sciences. Its favorable climate, traditional festivals and pleasant neighborhoods make Valencia a vibrant place for tourists.

As of 4 April 2020,  Air France will offer one weekly frequency between Paris and Valencia during the summer season.

Malaga, Spain

Malaga is the second largest city in Andalusia and the second largest port in Spain. Located in the center of the Costa del Sol, Malaga is also a good tourist stopover and an excellent starting point for exploring the region, which is rich in historical heritage. The location on the Mediterranean Sea ensures a daily supply of fresh products and a subtropical climate.

As of 4 April 2020,  Air France will offer one weekly frequency between Paris and Malaga during the summer season.

Alicante, Spain

Alicante, a port city on the Costa Blanca in southeast Spain, is essentially known as a tourist city. Its old town consists of narrow streets, colorful houses and places of nightlife. Industry and exports are also important economic pillars thanks to the production of olive oil and wine, fruit and vegetable cultivation, not to mention agri-food and textiles.

As of 4 April 2020,  Air France will offer one weekly frequency between Paris and Alicante during the summer season.

Faro, Portugal

Faro is the main city and administrative capital of the Algarve, a tourist region in the far south of Portugal. This cultural city is surrounded by a Roman wall: inside, a large spacious square and formerly a Roman forum, a 13th century cathedral, and an episcopal palace. Points of interest are Nossa Senhora do Carmo church and its famous chapels. Faro is one of the only cities in Europe that borders a nature reserve.

As of 04 April 2020 and during the summer season, Air France offers one weekly frequency between Paris and Faro.

SEVILLE, SPAIN

Seville is the capital of the southern Spanish region of Andalusia and home to flamenco and bullfights. The impressive walls of the medieval Royal Palace of Alcázar stretch almost across the entire city centre. The sun-drenched city offers history, culture, great festivals and Mediterranean enjoyment of life. Tapas bars, restaurants and cafés offer an insight into the culinary backdrop of the Spanish city.

During the 2020 summer season (from 1 June 2020), Air France will offer a daily flight via Paris to Seville (Spain).

KRAKOW, POLAND

Krakow is located in southern Poland and on the Vistula River. The city is home to the second oldest university in Central Europe and promises a lively night scene with traditional Polish beer. Enjoy a vibrant university town full of historic architecture, legends of heroes and dragons and centuries-old buildings that survived World War II. At the foot of the Wawel Hill lies the Main Market Square or "Rynel Glowny", the pulsating heart of the city. Climb up the hill for a unique view over the city.

During the 2020 summer season (from 29 March 2020), Air France will offer a daily flight via Paris to Krakow (Poland).

Belgrade, the bohemian city

At the crossroads of Eastern, Slavic and Austrian influences, Belgrade, capital of Serbia known as the white city, enjoys a vibrant cultural heritage. Serbia and its hills, in the heart of the Balkans, dotted with castles, crossed by the Danube and its Iron Gates, make it a bohemian, mixed and bewitching country.
For the 2019 summer season (March 31 to October 26, 2019), Air France will offer one daily flight via Paris to  Belgrade (Serbia).

The happy city of Olbia

Olbia, which means "happiness" in Greek, is the starting point in Sardinia, with its turquoise waters and unspoiled scenery. Sardinia, the second largest island in the Mediterranean, is an island tossed around by Phoenician, Roman, Genoese and Spanish cultures, among others. This land, whose geography varies from the hills where you can hear Sardinian shepherds whistling, to the coasts lined with turquoise waters, is certainly one of our most stunning destinations.

For the 2019 summer season (July 15 to September 01  2019), Air France will offer 4 weekly flights via Paris to Olbia (Italy).

Tbilisi, Georgia

Georgia, located at the crossroads of Eastern Europe and Asia, is marked by the traces of a bright past, as witnessed by the capital Tbilisi, nestled between Sololaki hill and the Kura river. Its winding streets, small squares, numerous churches, old houses and fortresses dating from the 4th century make Tbilisi a picturesque city with an exceptional heritage. From the Caucasian mountains to the beaches of the Black Sea, Georgia is full of an astonishing range of landscapes that will delight nature lovers. 

For the 2019 summer season (March 31 to October 26, 2019), Air France will fly twice weekly to Tbilisi (Wednesday and Sunday). In addition, with our partner Georgian Airways, our company will operates a total 5 weekly flights between Paris and Tbilisi (2 weekly flights operated by Air France and 3 weekly flights operated by Georgian Airways).There are connections from 9 German airports.

Quito, Ecuador

Fly with Air France to the second highest capital in the world! Lively market squares, winding lanes and ancient walls ... the beautiful centre of Quito is sometimes referred to as the treasury of South America. Visit the magnificent monasteries of Santo Francisco and Santo Domingo and the Jesuit Church of La Compañía or the largest urban park in South America, the Parque Metropolitano. Beyond the gates of the city you will be treated to a breathtaking landscape, visit the pyramids of Cochasquí or the hot springs of Papallacta.

As of May 14, 2019, Air France subsidiary Joon departs from Paris-Charles de Gaulle three times a week to Quito, the capital of Ecuador. There is connection from 9 German airports. Joon flies with an Airbus A340 with 30 seats in the Business, 21 in Premium Economy and 227 in the Economy.
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