The brand new Airbus A220-300, of which the airline is particularly proud because of its environmental performance and for its comfort, will serve nine destinations this winter. This is what emerges from the first announcements for the French carrier’s 2021/2022 winter programme.
From 31 October, Air France will introduce the aircraft on routes linking Paris-CDG to Barcelona, Berlin, Madrid, Milan Linate and Venice. During the rest of the winter season, the airline will also introduce the new aircraft on routes to Bologna, Copenhagen, Lisbon and Rome-Fiumicino.
Air France is the third airline in Europe to use the Airbus A220, the other two carriers being Air Baltic and Swiss.
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