Bigo747 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR: Posted (13 years 2 weeks 3 days 7 hours ago) and read 2227 times:
For the 2002-2003 winter season, Air France's capacity is at the level scheduled for the winter 2001-2002 season, before the 11 September attacks and the drop in demand forced the airline to reduce its capacity.
Compared with last winter's actual capacity, growth measured in available seat-km (ASK), increased by 7.5% overall and by 7.7% compared with winter 2000/2001.
Punta Cana, Aberdeen, Bristol
Orly to London and Bergamo
4 Daily to ATL, with 2 opb DL
2 Daily to CVG, with 1 opb DL
12 weekly to Boston
12 to Washington
10 to Miami
10 to Los Angeles
13 to Montreal
New code-share service with Air Tahiti Nui which brings AF flight to Papeete from 3 to 6.
5 weekly to Caracas continues
7 weekly to Seoul, 2 opb KE
7 weekly to Mumbai, 4 opb DL
Non-stop to MNL continues
5 weekly to Bamako* with 332, instead of 7 weekly 763
5 to Ouagadougou*
2nd weekly flight to Luanda could resume. It was dropped this summer
4 weekly to RUH and JED with 332
3 new weekly to Punta Canada in addition to 4 weekly Santo Domingo
Non-stop to St. Maarten with A343
17 weekly to Mauritius, 10 opb MK
Resumption of Antananarivo
TriStar500 From Germany, joined Nov 1999, 4705 posts, RR: 40
Reply 5, posted (13 years 2 weeks 2 days ago) and read 1912 times:
Actually ORY-LCY and ORY-BGY are services transferred from CDG. Only one daily flight from CDG to LCY will remain.
I surprises me that there is not enough demand for transfer connections to LCY via AF's international hub. Traffic from ORY will most likely be O&D based or sourced by French domestic traffic.
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