Air France is expanding its offer in the Caribbean and is offering flights between Pointe à Pitre and Saint Barthélemy on a code-share basis with Air Antilles.
The Company is offering up to four daily flights between these two destinations, operated by Air Antilles Twin Otter aircraft.
This new offer is in addition to the code-share flights with Air Antilles announced in April 2015 from Fort de France and Pointe à Pitre to Saint Lucia, San Juan, Santo Domingo, St. Martin Grand Case, Sint Maarten Juliana and Dominica. .
Air France’s regional Caribbean network connects Pointe a Pitre, Fort de France, Cayenne, Port au Prince and Miami. Two Airbus A320 and crews dedicated to this network operate more than 30 weekly flights. Other destinations such as Punta Cana, Havana and Panama are operated by charter or seasonal routes.
From the French West Indies and Guyana (under the brand name Air Guyane), Air Antilles operates the leading domestic / regional network in the Caribbean with 14 scheduled destinations. With its fleet of 11 aircraft including 4 ATR 42-500/600, it serves Pointe a Pitre, Fort de France, St. Lucia, St. Martin Grand Case, Sint Maarten Juliana, St. Barthélemy, Santo Domingo, San Juan and Dominica in the Caribbean, and in Guyana it serves Cayenne, Maripasoula, Saül, Grand Santi and Saint Laurent. In total over 50 scheduled daily flights connect all these destinations. Seasonal or charter routes are also operated to Punta Cana, La Romana, Antigua and Barbados.