Air France Portugal flights up 25%

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Air France is to increase the number of seats to Portugal this summer by around 25% on 2019.

It will do the same for Greece, Spain and Italy as priority leisure destinations for the airline in Europe.
In a communiqué released on Tuesday, Air France said that with the gradual reopening of the French borders and the lifting of certain travel restrictions, it will cover almost 200 destinations worldwide, of which 110 will be in France, Europe and North Africa.
From Portugal these destinations can be reached from Lisbon, Porto and Faro (from 6 June) via the airline’s hub at Paris-Charles de Gaulle.
On its short and medium haul network, in addition to its usual schedule, Air France said that it will add 81 seasonable routes this summer of which 23 are new.
It will offer more than 40 flights on its domestic network from Paris and from region to region, in particular Corsica, and non-stop flights to Paris, Bordeaux, Caen, Lille, Pau, Rennes, Strasbourg and Nantes.
“In Europe this offer will essentially focus on holiday destinations such as Portugal, Greece, Spain and Italy, and the French regions with Air France increasing its offer to Greece by almost 80% and Portugal by 25%.