Air France currently has a weekly frequency between Paris and Lima operated with a Boeing 777-300 (ER), with a capacity for 381 passengers. The company resumed operations between the two capitals on March 31, after suspending flights in October 2020 as a result of COVID-19.
Previously, the French company operated in the Peruvian capital with the two versions of the Boeing 777s that has in its fleet, also on a weekly basis.
According to the information obtained by Aviacionline through Cirium, Air France will start flying between Paris and Lima on Airbus A350-900XWBs as of June 23. The airline will have three flights per week between the two cities.
With this schedule of operations, the company will offer a total of 972 weekly seats between Paris and Lima and vice versa. Currently, with the Boeing 777-300 (ER) and the flight per week, Air France has 381 seats per week.
|AF 486||París (CDG)||10:30||Lima (LIM)||16:00|
|AF 483||Lima (LIM)||18:20||París (CDG)||13:45 +1|
Frecuencias a partir de junio
Air France will increase frequencies from May. The company will fly twice a week between the capitals of France and Peru.
From now on, everything is subject to the evolution of the pandemic, government measures and their impact on demand.