Cancun, Q.R. — Air France has announced the addition of 53 new routes, nine of which are part of their long-haul network, extending Paris to Cancun flights.
The company says on its long-haul network, Air France-KLM is now operating nine new routes due to a 2 percent capacity increase to destinations including Cancun. The capacity increase means the air company has begun offering their Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Cancun flights year round instead of only during the winter months.
Other destinations to see a capacity increase on their long-haul routes include Accra (Ghana) and Cape Town (South Africa).
“For this summer season, all the group’s forces are mobilized to benefit from the growth of the global air transport market. With 53 new routes, a record for the group, Air France-KLM is regaining the offensive in its markets”, said Jean-Marc Janaillac, Chairman and CEO of Air France-KLM.
In Mexico, Air France will continue to serve Cancun with three weekly flights from Paris-Charles de Gaulle, a route previously operated only in winter.