Air France is expanding its offer in Europe and the Caribbean and adding a route from Montreal to Pointe-à-Pitre in Guadeloupe.
The airline is adding more leisure destinations to its network.
New for winter 2021
From Paris-Charles de Gaulle, there will be 2 flights per week by Airbus A319 to these destinations:
|Tenerife (Canary Islands)||Monday and Saturday||As of November 1, 2021|
|Rovaniemi (Lapland, Finland)||Wednesday and Saturday||From December 4, 2021 to March 5, 2022|
Then, from October 31, 2021, there will be daily flights from Paris-Orly by Airbus A318 to Berlin and Munich in Germany.
Finally, from Pointe-à-Pitre, there will be 2 flights per week by Airbus A320 to these destinations:
|Montreal||Tuesday and Friday||Return from Montreal: Wednesday and Saturday||Effective November 23, 2021|
|New York (JFK)||Wednesday and Saturday||Return from New York: Thursday and Sunday||Effective November 24, 2021|
Extended summer routes
In addition, these summer routes will be extended for the 2021 winter season between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and:
- Seville (Spain)
- Las Palmas (Canary Islands, Spain)
- Palma de Mallorca (Balearic Islands, Spain)
- Tangier (Morocco)
- Faro (Portugal)
- Djerba (Tunisia)
- Krakow (Poland)
Of course, these flights are subject to change due to travel restrictions.
Air France is currently offering 100% changeable tickets for travel until 31 December 2021.
This allows customers to change their flights at no cost or get a refundable credit note if they no longer wish to travel.
If the flight is cancelled by Air France, the customer has the choice of postponing their trip, requesting a full refund of their ticket, or receiving a credit note, also refundable if not used.
If you are going to Guadeloupe from Montreal, there is another option available to you! Good news!