Air France has launched its new international service between DFW and its main hub at Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) Airport on March 31, 2019. The airline will operate up to five weekly flights utilizing Airbus A330 aircraft on the route.
Air France is the national flag carrier of France and has become the 13th international carrier serving DFW Airport. It is a subsidiary of the Air France–KLM Group and a founding member of the SkyTeam airline alliance.
The new flights offer customers another convenient way to get to Europe for business connections or tourism. From Europe, customers can connect at DFW to more than 90 domestic destinations in the Midwest and western U.S., and more than 30 business and leisure markets throughout Canada and Latin America.
The new non-stop service to Paris means DFW will offer 17 daily flights to nine European cities this summer, almost doubling service to this vital region from nine flights to five destinations just five years ago. This summer will also mark the addition of two additional destinations, Munich and Dublin.
DFW continues to expand its horizons by adding new destinations for customers to choose from. Since August 2010, DFW has added 21 new destinations, showing the continued commitment of the Airport to bring more international passenger and cargo service to the Dallas Fort Worth region.
Read the full press release here: DFW Airport Welcomes Air France Service to Paris