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Air France resumes daily flight between Sao Paulo and Paris

The Air France-KLM Group has just released its updated air network for the coming months, with emphasis on the resumption of Air France’s daily flight between Sao Paulo (GRU) and Paris (CDG) as of June 28th. Currently with five weekly flights, the French airline will increase the offer of seats on the connection between the capitals by approximately 30%. “This resumption of Air France at Guarulhos Airport is an important step for the company, as it demonstrates our confidence in the Brazilian market and the opportunity to take even more Brazilians to Europe, as the continent begins to reevaluate circulation restrictions . As always, we will be taking all the necessary sanitary measures to ensure comfortable and safe travel for our customers”, says the group’s general director for South America, Jean-Marc Pouchol. As of June 28, the group will have 22 weekly flights connecting Brazil to Europe: Sao Paulo (GRU) – 14 weekly flights to Paris (CDG) and Amsterdam (AMS) Rio de Janeiro (GIG) – 8 weekly flights to Paris (CDG) and Amsterdam (AMS). Due to the impacts caused by the covid-19 pandemic, all of the company’s operations are constantly reviewed and may change. Due to the constant changes caused by the pandemic, Air France-KLM advises that passengers check, both at the time of purchase and in the days prior to travel, the airlines’ websites. It is also recommended that the French, Dutch and final destination government websites be accessed for updates on the latest entry conditions. The company points out that, since June 1st, it is possible for Brazilians, even without dual nationality or residency in Europe, to travel by KLM to make connections, as long as the customer meets the entry requirements of the final destination. The same is already happening with Air France. – https://www.panrotas.com.br/aviacao/empresas/2021/06/air-france-retoma-voo-diario-entre-sao-paulo-e-paris_182398.html