Air France will be operating more flights to the Caribbean this summer than it did before the onset of the pandemic, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The French carrier said this week it would be operating “above pre-crisis levels” to destinations including North America, Africa and the Caribbean this summer.
Air France said the increase was driven by what it called “buoyant demand” for flights to the Caribbean, one of the regions that has proved “resilient throughout the crisis,” the company said.
This summer’s destinations will include Fort-de-France, Martinique; Havana, Cuba; Pointe-a-Pitre, Guadeoupe; Punta Cana, Dominican Republic; Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; and St Martin.
The carrier will also be operating flights to Cancun, Mexico.
Source: Caribbean Journal