Discover new intercontinental destinations

San José, Tehran, Glasgow, Vancouver, Jakarta, Brasilia, Tokyo Haneda, Panama City and Montevideo

San José

San José
Tropical paradise

From 2nd November 2016, Air France will open a new direct route from Paris to San José (Costa Rica). The two weekly service, flying on Wednesdays and Saturdays, will be operated by Boeing 777-300 with a capacity of 468 seats: 14 in Business , 32 in Premium Economy and 422 in Economy.

In San José, after visiting the Banco Central de Costa Rica and National museums, browse in the majestic Parque La Sabana. The true magnificence of Costa Rican nature is however felt in the surrounding mountains and volcanoes where you can make sport activities such as bungee jumping, canopy tours, rafting and kayaking. And do not miss the pristine sandy beaches and the crystal-clear waters!


Breath-taking Persia

After 8 years, Air France re-opened the Paris - Tehran route, Iran. As from 17th April 2016 the flight service is operated by Airbus A330-200 and A340-300 on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

Take a trip back in time among the ruins of Persepolis or visit Shiraz, the cradle of poetry, lush gardens and home to the magnificent Nasir-al-Mulk mosque with its amazing stained glass windows. Isfahan is famous for the Great Mosque and the huge bazaar as well as spectacular hamans and palaces. Moving from one city to the other admire the landscape dominated by several mountain ranges.


In the heart of Scotland

As from 27th March 2016, Air France is offering a new daily service between Paris and Glasgow. Flights are operated by Airbus A318 with a capacity of 131 seats.

The alternative and hipster city of Glasgow couples an industrial past to a very dynamic present, dominated by the many university students and a vibrant art scene. In addition to being labelled the design capital, Glasgow has established itself as a food destination where traditional dishes have been revisited by innovative and whimsical chefs.


Medieval jewel

From 4th July to 28th August 2016, Air France will link Paris to Krakow with 4 weekly flights, on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Flights will be operated by an Airbus A319 with 143 seats, except on Sundays by Airbus A318 with 131 seats.

Located in the south of Poland and one of oldest city in the country, it attracts tourists as well as businessmen. It is one of the leading centers of Polish academic, cultural, and artistic life and one of Poland's most important economic hubs. Stroll in the Old Town which is enclosed around the main square (Rynek Gówny) and bordered by the remnants of the medieval city walls. Don't miss shopping at the Sukiennice Cloth Hall for wool slippers, amber jewelry and carved wooden figurines.


Go West

As from 29th March 2015 a new non-stop service from Paris to Vancouver, Canada has been activated. The flights, Boeing B777-200s, areequipped with 309 seats: 35 in Business, 24 in Premium Economy and 250 in Economy. They operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.

The state capital of British Columbia is located in the far west part of Canada. Do not miss to visit the Gastown district with its quaint pubs as well as a walk to Seawall, which streaches for 22 kilometers from the Vancouver Convention Centre in Coal Harbour through Stanley Park, English Bay, False Creek up to Kitsilano Beach. Not far from the city you can also hike in the mountains.


Historical Batavia

On 9th July 2014 a new daily service between Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport and Jakarta in Indonesia was launched. The route is served by Boeing B777 -300s with 303 seats, 8 in La Première/First, 67 in Business, 28 in Premium Economy and 200 in Economy and has a technical stop-over in Singapore. The AIR FRANCE - KLM Group currently reaches more than 23 destinations in Asia.

The Indonesian capital was founded in the 5th century, was then visited by the Portuguese in the 16th century and finally became a stronghold of the Dutch East India Company in 1619.
Do not forget to visit the Taman Mini Indonesia Park showcasing different architecture styles present in Indonesia, the old Sunda Kelapa harbour to watch traditional Java boats and the National Monument from which you overlook the city from a height of 120 meters. Stroll through the many markets with their elaborate and colorful batiks and taste mouth-watering and cheap snacks.


Glass, steel and concrete: Oscar Niemeyer's jewel

From 31st March 2014, a new direct line links the capital of Brazil at Paris-Charles de Gaulle with 3 weekly flights (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) on board Boeing 777-200 aircraft. This is the third destination offered by Air France in Brazil after Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. The AIR FRANCE - KLM Group serves more than 20 destinations in Latin America.

The capital has been built in the outback since 1956 with ultramodern architecture and opened on 21st April 1960 by President Juscelino Kubitschek.
Since 1987 the city entered into the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site.
After the World Cup in 2014, Brazil will host the Olympic Games in 2016.

Tokyo Haneda

Modern metropolis, calm temples and steaming noodles

As from 30th March 2014 Air France operates the Paris-Tokyo Haneda route aboard modern and comfortable Boeing 777s. The great advantages of Haneda airport are its proximity to the center of Tokyo (around a 15-minutes journey) and the possibility to make smooth connections with domestic flights. Air France also flies to Tokyo Narita airport.

In Tokyo, tradition and innovation blend perfectly. Let yourself be captured by the lovingly tended public gardens, the Shinto temples or the tea ceremonies and find time to admire the futuristic skyscrapers and visit glitzy shopping centres.

Panama City

Panama City
Linking the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans

On 25th November 2013 Air France opened a new direct route to Panama City from Paris-Charles de Gaulle. The 5-weekly service is operated on Boeing 777-200s, equipped with 308 seats (34 in Business cabin, 24 in Premium Economy and 250 in Economy). The AIR FRANCE KLM group in Latin America and the West Indies relies on 25 destinations and a total of 200 weekly flights across the area.

Panama City boasts a nicely preserved old city district (Casco Viejo) dating back to 1671, bursting with cathedrals, museums, restaurants and jazz clubs. Starting point is the Plaza de la Francia. Besides the famous canal connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, explore the rainforest at the Soberania National Park. And at night do not miss the city's vibrant outdoor evening entertainment.


A view to the River Plata

On 16th April 2013 Air France started linking once again the capital of Uruguay with 5 weekly flights via Bueons Aires. The flights on Boeing 777-200s are equipped with 308 seats (34 in Business, 24 in Premium Economy and 250 in Economy). Montevideo is the 15th destination served by the AIR FRANCE KLM group in Latin America, thus providing a total of 125 weekly flights across the continent.

Montevideo has a very rich city centre made of colonial buildings from the 18th and 19th century. Plaza Independencia is the starting point to discover the Ciudad Vieja and Centro districts. The city is located at the center of a large bay overlooking the river Plata, offering visitors more than 30 km of beaches.
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