Air France-KLM: almost back to 2019 levels this winter
(CercleFinance.com) - Air France, of the Air France-KLM group, said on Tuesday that it expects to have business for the winter of 2022-2023 close to that of 2019, which preceded the Covid-19 pandemic.
The carrier said it planned to serve 171 destinations in the period from November 2022 to March 2023, including 86 long-haul and 85 short- and medium-haul routes.
In particular, Air France plans to open a new Paris-Charles de Gaulle-Newark (US) route, as well as resuming flights to Cape Town (South Africa) and to Tokyo-Haneda (Japan).
In Europe, the group will focus on skiing destinations, with four new seasonal routes from CDG to Austria (Innsbruck and Salzburg), Norway (Tromso) and Finland (Kittila).
Winter 2022-2023 will also see the extension for the winter period of the summer routes Paris-Orly-Tunis (Tunisia), Marseille-Alger (Algeria), Toulouse-Alger (Algeria) and Toulouse-Oran (Algeria).
The share is indeed a high flier today - up almost 3.5% after lunch.
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