On July, 4th the Air France airline introduced a new route to its flight schedule: from its global hub at Charles de Gaulle Airport to Kraków Airport. The new carrier at Kraków Airport was welcomed with a traditional water salute at the same day.
Kraków Airport is the first regional Polish hub used by Air France. The flights to/from Kraków will be scheduled 4 times a week throughout the summer months of July and August. The new route will be operated interchangeably by Airbus A319 and A318 aircraft.
Air France is the fourth new traditional carrier, next to SAS, Iberia Express and Aegean Airlines, offering
summer flights from Kraków Airport.
For Polish tourists, the direct Air France connection between Kraków and Paris is a great opportunity to visit one of the most famous and popular capitals in Europe. The new flight also enables passengers to transfer at Charles de Gaulle Airport and continue their journey to other airports. They can use the global network of Air France-KLM, covering 316 cities in 115 countries, including a number of fascinating far-away destinations, such as Shanghai, Buenos Aires, New York, Los Angeles, Mauritius, etc. During summer holidays, the Air France-KLM Group is operating a total of eighteen flights a week from Kraków Airport.
Kraków – Paris flight tickets can be purchased at www.airfrance.com.