Jun 10. By September, Air France will increase by nearly 15% its weekly capacity in long-haul flights to Latin America. The French carrier will add weekly services to key destinations across the region, such as São Paulo, Lima, Panama, and Santiago de Chile. Let’s investigate further.
Air France is currently resuming its pre-pandemic capacity levels between Europe and Latin America. As of June 2022, Air France offers 82 weekly flights from Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG), Paris-Orly (ORY), and Fort-de-France (FDF) to 12 destinations across the region.
Compared to 2019 levels, prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Air France’s capacity is still impacted by the crisis. The airline is operating 8.9% fewer flights per week and has 14.3% fewer seats available. In terms of routes, there’s only two destinations that have not been resumed, between Quito International Airport in Ecuador and Caracas International Airport in Venezuela.
Source: Simple Flying