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Launch of two new destinations: Lima and Orlando starting in June 2011

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Tuesday 21 September 2010

Starting in June 2011, Air France will operate flights to Lima (Peru) and Orlando (Florida).

 There will be 5 weekly flights to Lima by Boeing 777-200 equipped with 309 seats, every day except Monday and Wednesday


 - Paris CDG - Lima: Leaves at 10:35 – Arrives at 15:50 - Lima – Paris CDG: Leaves at 19:25 – Arrives at 14:25

Peru is an up-and-coming tourist destination. Together with the daily flight operated on departure from Amsterdam, Air France and KLM will be offering 12 weekly flights between Europe and Lima.

 There will be 3 weekly flights to Orlando (on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays) by Boeing 777-300 equipped with 472 seats.


 - Paris CDG - Orlando: Leaves at 13:30 – Arrives at 16:50 - Orlando - Paris CDG: Leaves at 20:55 – Arrives at 11:20

Lancement de deux nouvelles destinations : Orlando et Lima à partir de juin 2011

Orlando is the leading tourist destination in the United States, with over 50 million tourists every year and is also the second most important American conference centre. 

This new route will be operated within the framework of the trans-Atlantic joint venture agreement signed in May 2009 between Air France-KLM and Delta. Under the  terms of this agreement, the partners jointly operate and share the revenues and costs of their trans-Atlantic routes. Alitalia became a member of this joint venture on July 5, 2010. 

For more information or to make a booking go to or call 36 54 in France (€0.34 including tax per minute from a landline), or contact your travel agent. *subject to conditions, excluding service charges. 

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