Starting on 1st November 2005, Air France will be operating its Paris-Johannesburg (South Africa) service ten times a week…
Starting on 1st November 2005, Air France will be operating its Paris-Johannesburg (South Africa) service ten times a week instead of the current seven times.
The new flight will operate at the following times, with an Airbus A340-300:
Departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle 2F at 6:55pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving in Johannesburg the next day at 6:45am (AF flight 992).
Departure from Johannesburg at 10:15pm on Wednesday, Fridays and Sundays, arriving in Paris-CDG2F the next day at 8:05am (AF flight AF 997).
This schedule gives Air France and KLM customers a wider choice of possibilities. In all, the two airlines will be offering 24 weekly flights to and from South Africa, with a broad choice of connections via the Paris-CDG2 and Amsterdam-Schiphol hubs.
Through this combined offer for the benefit of their passengers, Air France and KLM enable customers to arrange their trips according to their time schedule, at the best available prices.
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