As demand from Scotland continues to grow, Air France invests more in its Scottish network and local relationships from the region. Air France announced its expansion of its short-haul network with new daily flights to its 3rd destination in Scotland that will form part of the airline’s new summer schedule for 2016.
Air France will commence flights to (and from) Glasgow on the 27th of March 2016, marking the airline’s 3rd Scottish destination and 9th UK destination. the daily flight will connect Glasgow to Air France’s Charles de Gaulle hub in Paris. The airline will offer a number of connections to its worldwide network of over 130 destinations from Scotland, including Shanghai, Tokyo and New York City. The daily flight will be operated by an Airbus A318, carrying up to 131 passengers.
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Fares start from £88 return in economy including all taxes. Flights are open for sale from today on the airline’s website www.airfrance.co.uk or Air France Reservations on 0207 660 0337 and via local travel agents.
The daily flight from Glasgow to Paris offers passengers the choice of Economy or Business class, where in either cabin; they will be able to enjoy complimentary onboard catering and a wide selection of beverages.
With the addition of the Air France Glasgow to Paris-Charles de Gaulle route, the Air France KLM Group is strengthening its overall presence in Scotland and will offer more than 150 weekly flights. In total the Group will offer 7 routes from 4 Scottish airports (Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Inverness) to Paris or Amsterdam, where passengers will be able to connect to the extensive Air France KLM worldwide network.