NEW FLIGHTS TO NEW DESTINATIONS
Located in souther Morocco. Agadir is one of country’s best places to spend time lounging on the white sandy beaches under the sun. Take adventage of the splendid resorts for some rest and relaxation and hit the many beachfront restaurants and bars for a splendid night out. For those interested in a bit of exploration, a hike to the Kasbah, a trip to the Sous Massa National Park are always recommended. 2 weekly flights, from 8 July to 27 August 2023.
Overlooking the Mediterranean sea on the island of Sardinia, Cagliari is rich in history and architecture. Soak in the many sights of the Italian city as you walk past piazzas and cathedrals. If you are after the sun, sand and sea. Cagliari’s pristine beaches also provide the perfect scape. Wind down your evenings with hillside walks or sample the excellent local cuisine. Up to 7 weekly flights from 8 July to 27 August 2023.
Hidden in the warm Mediterranean waters, Djerba truly is an island paradise. Known as the ‘Land of the Lotus Eaters’ in Greek mythology, Djerba’s gentle climate and serene sandy beaches are sure to leave you craving more. With the many escapades and activities this island offers, there is always something to do! Discover the nearby pottery village of Guellela, where tradition and artistic fervour has given way to centuries of pottery-making. Or why not explore Houmt Souk with its many winding paths and colourful outdoor markets. Up to 7 weekly flights, from 15 April to 30 September 2023.
One of the Balearic Island in the Mediterranean Sea off the eastern coast of Spain, Ibiza is blessed with more than 50 wondrous beaches. These hidden gems are an incredible discovery for explorers and beach lovers. Visitors can further explore neighbouring islands like Formentera, Mallorca, Menorca. With its bedazzling nightlife and vibrant clubs, Ibiza Town and Sant Antoni are major hotspots for summer parties. Up to 11 weekly flights, from 22 April to 30 September 2023.
Situated on the Banks of the Vistula River, Krakow is defined by its artistic allure and riveting history. Poland’s former capital is home to the Old Town – One of the earliest UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The city flaunts an array of European Architectural styles visible from every cobblestoned pathway. Renowned for its many faces, Krakow is a city of fusion, reconnecting its extraordinary past to an increasing urban cityscape. Up to 4 weekly flights, from 28 March to 28 October 2023.
A great Mediterranean destination. Malta has a wide cultural offer but it is also rich in natural beauty. The Maltese archipelago with its crystalline waters is one of the best places for diving. Visit the capital city of Valetta, stroll along the narrow streets, admire the architecture or just find the right place to enjoy the traditional food with Sicilian and Middle East influences. Pack to Malta for a warm and welcoming experience. Up to 5 weekly flights, from 1 April to 28 October 2023.
A beautiful and magical island in the heart of the Cyclades group and part of the Aegean archipelago. The amazing beaches with crystal blue waters together with the picturesque villages and windmills are some of the things that make this island such a special place. Explore the archaeological sites and enjoy the tasteful and delicious Greek cuisine. No wonder why this can be considered one of the most popular destinations in Greece. Up to 9 weekly flights, from 3 June to 2 September 2023.
Known for its dazzling white sandy beaches and turquoise clear waters, Olbia is home to one of the most beautiful coasts of the Mediterranean. Experience wine tasting like never before at a local vinery or learn the traditions of Sardinian cuisine at an unforgettable cooking class. The infamous Costa Smeralda often dominates the best-loved beaches; though like the peaceful coves in Cala Golortize and Cala Mariolu, there are many more of the island’s coastal jewels waiting to be enjoyed. Up to 11 weekly flights, from 3 June to 30 September 2023.
Mallorca's largest city and the capital of the Balearic Islands, Palma de Mallorca is a popular tourist destination. It features both - a historic city centre as well as vibrant entertainment options. Those interested in sightseeing would do well with a visit to the Mallorca Cathedral, the Arab baths and the art nouveau buildings. For those looking for entertainment, Palma offers plenty in the form of beaches, water parks, music festivals and more all through the city. Don't miss the chance to embark on a day trip to nearby Port de Sóller too. Up to 16 weekly flights from 7 April to 27 October 2023.
Tangiers is a melting pot of cultures, and one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Africa. A white city guarding the Strait of Gibraltar with an interesting history, beautiful sights and unspoiled beaches. Wander the narrow streets of the historic medina to get a real feel of the city and end up your day in one of the cafes sipping a sweet Moroccan mint tea and admiring the views to the blue ocean. Up to 3 weekly flights, from 21 April to 29 September 2023.
Tenerife, is the most visited island in the Canary archipelago. Well known for its extraordinary beauty an diversity. Visit the Teide National park and walk over fields of lava. The Mount Teide is the tallest mountain of Spain and still an active volcano offering the most fabulous hiking in the whole country. Don’t miss the second (after the one in Rio) most popular and internationally known carnival celebrated in Santa Cruz. Tenerife, also called ‘The island of eternal spring’ due to the constant warm temperatures, is a wonderful destination all year round. Up to 2 weekly flights, from 9 July to 27 August 2023.
The fourth largest city in Canada, Ottawa is home to the country’s federal institutions. Nature-friendly and defined by an exceptional architectural heritage, the Ottawa region features 800 km of urban circuits and rural trails that may be explored on foot, by boat or by bike. Its many museums offer opportunities to discover the history and culture of Canada. From 27 June Air France will operate 5 weekly flights from Paris Charles de Gaulle to Ottawa Mcdonald-Cartier on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays with an Airbus 330-200.
Over the course of a century, the former fishing village of Dar Es Salaam (literally “haven of peace”) has become one of East Africa’s main ports as well as Tanzania’s largest city. Dar Es Salaam is not only the main gateway to Tanzania but also the country’s economic hub, well known for its great reputation in the arts and gastronomy. From 12 June, Air France will operate 3 weekly flights from Paris Charles de Gaulle to Dar Es Salaam as a continuation of the service to Zanzibar. Flights will be operated by an Airbus 787.