Air France has built a well-balanced network offering passengers a wide choice of flights out of Paris-Charles de Gaulle, the main hub for Air France traffic, in addition to Paris-Orly, essentially operating point-to-point flights, and Lyon-Saint-Exupéry, linking major regional and European destinations.
The Air France and KLM networks have been combined to form a perfectly complementary network. The hubs at Paris Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol are the cornerstones of this dual network linking Europe and the rest of the world, with 328 destinations in 118 countries.
This vast choice of destinations enables passengers to combine an outbound flight on Air France with an inbound flight with KLM (or vice versa).
With record load factors on long-haul and medium-haul sectors alike, Air France and KLM carried 93.4 million passengers in 2016.