Since 27 March 2016, Air France has been operating a daily flight from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Glasgow (Scotland).
Flights are operated by Airbus A318 with 131 seats.
This new service is in addition to the four daily frequencies operated by KLM Royal Dutch Airlines between Glasgow and the hub at Amsterdam-Schiphol.
Every year, close to 15 million visitors travel to Scotland for both business and leisure. By serving Glasgow from Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Air France is offering customers the opportunity to fly to one of the fastest growing destinations in Scotland, boasting strong economic and tourist attractions.
This summer, the Air France – KLM Group is strengthening its offer with four new routes to Glasgow, Inverness, Edinburgh (Scotland) and London-Luton (England) with its airlines Air France, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Transavia. In total, Air France-KLM offers 631 weekly frequencies to 16 destinations in the United Kingdom:
– England: Birmingham, Bristol, Durham, Humberside, Leeds, London, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Southampton;
– Scotland: Aberdeen, Inverness, Edinburgh, Glasgow;
– Northern Ireland: Belfast;
– Wales: Cardiff.