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The French Caribbean to be served out of Paris-CDG in November

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Wednesday 25 May 2011

On 25 May, Air France signed a destination contract with the French Caribbean tourism professionals to ensure the upcoming launch of routes serving the French Carribean out of Paris-CDG is a success.

Under this contract, Air France agrees to serve Fort de France and Pointe à Pitre starting on 5 November 2011 with once weekly flights from Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport.

Les Antilles desservies depuis Paris-CDG en novembre

Air France has also agreed to implement through fare scales from the main European airports, fares via Paris-CDG combinable with fares via Paris-Orly or inversely, and a one-way Pointe-à-Pitre with a return Fort-de-France fare or inversely with the possibility of including inter-island transport at a competitive rate. 

Starting in winter 2011, Air France will operate up to 28 flights to and from the French Caribbean:

  • up to 13 weekly flights between Paris-Orly and Pointe-à-Pitre and 1 weekly flight between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Pointe-à-Pitre. 
  • up to 13 weekly flights between Paris-Orly and Fort-de-France and 1 weekly flight between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Fort-de-France.

Air France is thus the only airline to serve the French Caribbean out of Paris-CDG.

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