From New York, Air France will begin flying from JFK Airport to Paris Orly in June. Air France already offers several daily round-trip flights between JFK and Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, which is the airline’s biggest hub and the busiest in France. Orly is Paris’ second-busiest airport.
Air France said the new JFK-Orly route “enables passengers to easily connect with (the airline’s) domestic network on arrival at Paris-Orly.” The flight will be operated as part of Air France’s joint-venture partnership with Delta.
Air France will fly one daily round-trip flight between JFK and Paris Orly using 309-seat Boeing 777-200 aircraft. The 777s on the route are configured with 35 business-class seats, 24 Premium Economy seats and 250 standard coach seats. The Paris-bound flight will leave JFK at 6:05 p.m. and land at Orly at 7:05 a.m. the next morning, all times local. The return leaves Orly at 11 a.m. and lands at JFK at 1:10 p.m., all times local.
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