Air France to add daily flight to three European destinations during summer
January 11, 2018: The connectivity to Bergen, Cork and Wroclaw from Paris-Charles de Gaulle is set to improve this summer with Air France deciding to introduce daily flights in this sector.
From May 26, Air France is expected to offer its customers three new destinations on departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle%u2014Bergen in Norway, Cork in Ireland and Wroclaw in Poland. The flights will be operated daily from Paris-Charles de Gaulle.
With these new routes, Air France and Joon will operate 25, 35 and 34 flights every week, respectively to Norway, Ireland and Poland from Paris-Charles de Gaulle during the 2018 summer season.
In Norway, there will be a daily flight to Bergen operated by Air France and 18 weekly flights to Oslo operated by Joon. During the 2017/18 winter season, Air France operated 17 weekly flights to Oslo.
In Ireland, Air France will operate a daily flight to Cork and 28 weekly flights to Dublin. During the winter season, there were 28 flights to Dublin.
In Poland, Air France will operate a daily flight to Wroclaw and 27 weekly flights to Warsaw. During the 2017/18 winter season, there were 21 weekly services between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Warsaw.