Air France Airbus A350-900

Air France will fly from Paris to Salvador, Brazil’s tourist hub

Flights will take place three times a week from October 28th, with Airbus A350-900 aircraft

Air France announced another destination in Brazil, Salvador, a city in the northeast region of the South American country, and known for being a tourist hub.

Flights from Paris (Charles de Gaulle) will take place three times a week from October 28th and will be operated by the Airbus A350-900, one of the French carrier’s most advanced aircraft.

Salvador will be Air France’s 5th destination in Brazil, which also flies to São Paulo (two daily flights) and Rio de Janeiro (one daily flight), the country’s largest cities, and also to Belém from French Guiana and Fortaleza.

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The airline is expanding flights in Fortaleza, another destination with a large influx of tourists and which will have five weekly flights between October and February 2025.

Air France Airbus A350-900 business class (Air France)

“We are very happy with this new milestone for Air France in Brazil, which comes shortly after the announcement of our expansion in Fortaleza. The operation in Salvador reflects the company’s commitment and confidence in the Brazilian market, and will allow even more people to visit Bahia and the Northeast, as well as connecting the Bahian community to the entire world”, said Manuel Flahault, general director of Grupo Air France-KLM in South America.

Air France’s A350-900 can carry 324 passengers in three classes of service: Business (34 seats), Premium Economy (24) and Economy (266).

According to the carrier, the Air France-KLM Group, which also includes the Dutch airline’s flights, will return to the level of offer in Brazil before the pandemic, with 44 weekly flights.


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