In order to better serve its customers, Air France continues to invest in the Côte d’Ivoire and starting today, is increasing its offer from 7 to 10 weekly flights to Abidjan from its hub at Paris-Charles de Gaulle. Thanks to 3 additional frequencies, Air France customers can now choose the most convenient flight times suited to their schedules.
Even more flights to Africa this summer for Air France customers
With a well-established presence in Africa for close to 75 years, Air France has been constantly expanding its offer of flights in this region of the world. AIR FRANCE and KLM currently fly to 42 destinations on the African continent.
In addition to increasing its capacity to Abidjan, the Company is increasing service to Libreville, in Gabon, with a now daily flight. It is also increasing its capacity by 18% to Nigeria, by operating a larger capacity aircraft (Boeing 777-200) to Port Harcourt and Abuja, thus offering a weekly capacity of over 270 additional seats along with the La Première class.
Air France’s capacity to Africa is also increased to Nouakchott, in Mauritania, served 4 times weekly instead of 3. Moreover, Niamey, in Niger, is served 5 times weekly instead of 4, by Airbus A340.
Tailor-made services throughout the trip
In addition to its extensive network, Air France has developed a personalized offer for customers travelling on its African routes. As soon as they arrive at the airport, passengers travelling to and from Africa benefit from tailor-made services as well as the excellence of French in-flight service.