Fort Worth, Texas – After almost two years, Air France will continue their operations to DFW airport, the company said in a statement.
The flat carrier of France, dropped their operations in the early pandemic days back in March 2020.
According to the announcement, Air France will continue their operations starting March 27 with five flight per week.
Air France plans to use its 280-seat 777-200ER jets for the DFW to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport route. It’s scheduled to fly Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, according to schedule tracking firm Cirium.
So far, the carrier resumed their operations to 11 U.S. destinations including Houston. Starting March 27, Air France will continue their operations to Dallas Fort Worth airport, New York’s JFK International Airport and Paris Orly Airport, the smaller airport on the southern side of the Paris metropolitan area.