They currently serve the following destinations:
- Auckland: 2x weekly (320/332)
- Brisbane: 2x weekly (320)
- Nadi: 2x weekly (320)
- Osaka: 2x weekly (332)
- Papeete: weekly (332)
- Port Vila: 2x weekly (320)
- Seoul: 2x weekly (332)
- Sydney: 4x weekly (320/332)
- Tokyo: 4x weekly (332)
- Wallis: 3x weekly (320, 1x via Nadi)
Plus ten weekly flights with a Twin Otter between Wallis and Futuna.
From what I know they are losing money with losses essentially being covered by the regional government of New Caledonia. New Caledonia as such is fairly rich thanks to natural resources (mainly copper), but has not yet seen the same level of tourism as similar groups of islands in the South of the Pacific with just a dozen or so hotels catering to international tourists. The largest groups of visitors are from France, Japan and Australia from what I remember in conversations with people working in tourism organizations there when I have been there last time around. This explains the choice of destinations (connections with AF
) and highest capacity allocated to Japan flights.