Not only is France dropping its COVID testing requirements for vaccinated tourists, but Air France will be making it a whole lot easier to get there this summer.
According to Travel+Leisure, Air France will be re-introducing 200 direct transatlantic flights between the US and Paris this summer – that’s 20 percent more flights than it offered in 2019.
[Summer 2022] #AirFrance to operate close to 200 weekly flights to/from the US:
▶️ 14 destinations served,
▶️ Resumption of flights between #ParisOrly & New York JFK and between #ParisCDG & Dallas,
▶️ Renewal of seasonal service to Denver.
More details on https://t.co/3tFRIm63uL pic.twitter.com/2tlSbJjcJc
— Air France Newsroom (@AFnewsroom) February 3, 2022
Air France announced plans to increase capacity on US routes for the summer season (April through October). Beginning March 27, Air France will resume its New York JFK to Paris – Orly route with one flight daily. Air France already operates from New York’s JFK to Paris – Charles de Gaulle.
Also on March 27, Air France will resume flights from Paris – Charles de Gaulle to Dallas (Texas) with up to five weekly flights.
Beginning on May 4, Air France will start operating a seasonal service between Paris – Charles de Gaulle and Denver (Colorado) with three weekly flights.
With these new additions, Air France will service 14 destinations in the US from Paris: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York JFK, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington D.C. with close to 200 weekly flights.