NEW FLIGHTS TO NEW DESTINATIONS
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.
Fly to the most northern region of the Finnish Lapland for numerous winter adventures. Head out on a snowmobile safari, sleep in an igloo or chase the northern lights. A region of extraordinary beauty where you will also be able to ski in the great Levi and Ylläs resorts and experience the authentic Finnish sauna after the effort. From 10 December Air France will operate one weekly flight from Paris Charles the Gaulle to Kittilä on Saturdays. Flights will be operated by Airbus 320.
Tomsø's location of more than 321 kilometres inside the Arctic Circle makes it an ideal base for polar expeditions. Because of this, it was named the "Gateway to the Arctic" in the late 19th century. It is a vibrant city surrounded by raw nature and an ideal starting point for exploring the Norwegian fjords. From 10 December, Air France will operate one weekly flight from Paris Charles de Gaulle to Tromsø on Saturdays. Flights will be operated by Airbus 319.