From 4 July to 28 August 2016, Air France will offer its customers a new service linking Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Krakow airport (Poland).
Four weekly flights will connect the two cities by Airbus A319, with a seating capacity of 143, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. On Sundays, frequencies will be operated by Airbus A318, equipped with 131 seats.
Moreover, on departure from Krakow, Air France customers will be able to take advantage of optimized connections with the entire Air France medium and long-haul network from its hub at Paris-Charles de Gaulle.
Krakow receives over 10 million travellers each year. With its historic centre and numerous other sites in the region listed on UNESCO’s world heritage list, the city is internationally renowned as an exceptional tourist destination.
AF1130: leaves Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 15:55, arrives in Krakow at 18:10;
AF1131: leaves Krakow at 19:20, arrives at Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 21:30.(Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday)
This winter, the Air France-KLM Group offers up to 55 weekly flights to two destinations in Poland – Warsaw and Krakow. As from February 2016, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will increase its services to Krakow with up to 14 weekly flights on departure from Amsterdam-Schiphol. In summer 2016, Air France will operate four new weekly frequencies between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Krakow, complementing KLM’s offer.