As the leading airline on the Paris-New York route, Air France is continuing to increase its capacity between the two regions.
Starting on December 12th, the airline will operate a year-round, non-stop daily service between its hub at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport and New York-Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), the largest airport in New Jersey and the second largest international airport to serve the New York metropolitan area, located approximately 18 miles away from Manhattan.
Flights will be operated by Boeing 777-200 with a capacity of 280 seats (40 in Business, 24 in Premium Economy and 216 in Economy), and equipped with a Wi-Fi connection.
Flight Schedule (in local time):
AF062: Leaves Charles de Gaulle (CDG) at 12:30, arrives at 15:00
AF063: Leaves Newark Liberty (EWR) at 17:05, arrives at 06:05 the following day
This daily flight marks the return of Air France to Newark, a historic destination served by the airline with non-stop flights until 2012. It will come in addition to the “shuttle” service introduced between Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport and New York-John F. Kennedy airport with 6 daily flights operated by Air France and 2 by its Skyteam alliance partner Delta Air Lines.
New York-Newark Liberty will be Air France’s 18th destination in North America this winter, along with Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York- JFK, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington D.C in the United States, Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver in Canada, and Cancun and Mexico City in Mexico.
This flight schedule is subject to change and remains subject to obtaining necessary government approvals. Before travelling, Air France encourages customers to check on the most up-to-date travel restrictions and documents required on arrival at their destination