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Air France-Djibouti Service Query

Fri Apr 18, 2003 7:51 pm

AF used to fly to Djibouti, the tiny African state just across the sea from Yemen, with an A310-300 via Jeddah, whats the routing and aircraft used now?

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RE: Air France-Djibouti Service Query

Fri Apr 18, 2003 8:29 pm

OOps! thread duplicate that was answered got deleted, anyways according to a member who posted there AF fly to Djibouti now nonstop using an A330-200, and are the only European airline flying there.
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RE: Air France-Djibouti Service Query

Sat Apr 19, 2003 6:15 am

I've been to Djibouti airport during a transit stop on ET. Can't say that I really saw much of anything there. And I don't just mean the airport.
 
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RE: Air France-Djibouti Service Query

Sat Apr 19, 2003 6:35 am

According to the Aéroports de Paris website, AF now uses an A330 to fly to Djibouti.
But I don't know if this flight is still operated via in Jeddah...
http://query.adp.fr/adpv3/gb/pax/hor/index3.adp?volNumSeq=1962739929&mvtCod=D&aeropCle=JIB&volsPrevi=1
 
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RE: Air France-Djibouti Service Query

Sat Apr 19, 2003 7:05 am

Djibouti service operates once a week on Saturdays on A330s. It returns to Paris early Sunday morning.

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RE: Air France-Djibouti Service Query

Sat Apr 19, 2003 7:11 am

Wasn't Djibouti a French colony?
 
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RE: Air France-Djibouti Service Query

Sun Apr 20, 2003 2:05 pm

Wasn't Djibouti a French colony?

Yes, a long time ago.

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