Air France has announced the first additions to its 2024-2025 winter schedule

As of 28 October, Air France will operate three flights a week from Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) to Salvador, located in Bahia State, Brazil. The flights will be operated on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. With the addition of Salvador, Air France will operate up to 30 flights a week to and from Brazil. Thanks to a commercial partnership with their partner GOL, Air France and KLM customers will enjoy more flexibility by easily connecting to 40 domestic destinations within Brazil.
Another addition to Air France’s winter schedule is Malé, the capital of the Maldives. Air France will offer up to two flights a week from Paris-CDG to Malé during the winter holiday season, from December 20, 2024, to January 5, 2025.
On top of that, Air France will introduce a new route to Kiruna, Sweden, making it the 5th destination of Air France in Lapland. One weekly flight will be operated from Paris-CDG on Saturdays, starting from December 21, 2024.
Finally, Air France will extend its services to two cities in the United States during the winter season. The airline will offer three flights a week to Denver, Colorado, and Phoenix, Arizona, on departure from Paris-CDG. Previously, the service to Denver had only been available during the summer season, but now customers will have the opportunity to visit this vibrant city in the winter as well. The Phoenix route is new for the summer of 2024, inaugurated on May 23.