Air France Message:  An Illustration of Transportation Industries’ Covid-19 Response 

Since its creation in 1933, Air France has always flown the French flag with immense pride throughout the world.

Since 14 March, Air France has been concentrating our efforts on repatriating those of you who were stranded far from home.

To date, more than 240,000 people have been able to return home on our flights from 82 countries, including close to 130,000 French nationals repatriated in close coordination with the French Ministry of Transport and Foreign Affairs.

In line with the decisions taken by the authorities of countries worldwide, we are now forced to take the unprecedented decision to suspend almost all of our flights.

However, for those of you who have no choice but to travel, we have decided to maintain a certain number of flights between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and a few destinations in France and abroad.

This minimum flight schedule may be modified at any time depending on the regulatory measures taken by each country and is available in real time on our website airfrance.com.

Following the closure of Paris-Orly airport on 31 March, we have concentrated all our operations to and from Paris-Charles de Gaulle.
Our downtown and airport ticket offices as well as our lounges will remain closed for the time being.

Since the outbreak of Covid-19, we have implemented additional and more stringent cleaning and disinfection measures, both on the ground and on board.

Our check-in and boarding areas have been modified to take into account the required social distancing.

On all our flights, in all our travel cabins, we have adapted and simplified our service to limit interaction and contact as much as possible.

Finally, we have extended the date for postponing your trip at no extra cost until 30 November 2020. For members of our Flying Blue frequent flyer programme, we have already maintained the validity of Miles that may expire in the coming months until the end of 2020.



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