22-11-2017 by redazione
From 25 March 2018, Air France customers will be able to fly to Nairobi (Kenya) from Paris-Charles de Gaulle with 3 new weekly frequencies.
The flights will be operated by Boeing 787 of the latest generation, with 30 seats in Business Class, 21 seats in Premium Economy Class and 225 seats in Economy Class. AF814 leaves Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 20:50 p. m. with arrival in Nairobi at 6:00 a. m. the following day, flight operated on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. AF815 leaves Nairobi at 8:20am with arrival in Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 15:50am, flight operated on Monday, Thursday and Sunday. These flights will be operated in codeshare with Kenya Airways partner. Customers will therefore benefit from 10 non-stop weekly frequencies between Paris and Nairobi, with 3 flights operated by Air France and 7 flights operated by Kenya Airways. In addition, as a continuation from Nairobi, Air France customers will be able to fly to 23 regional destinations in code-share with their partner. This new Air France service is in addition to that of KLM, which operates a daily service between Amsterdam-Schiphol and Nairobi with Boeing 787.
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