Following the reopening of international borders in the United States in November 2021, Air France is expanding the number of its operations to the United States.
Beginning March 27, 2022, flights to New York will be available from two Paris airports: one from Air France’s international hub, Paris’ Charles de Gaulle (CDG), and the other from Paris Orly Airport (ORY), a secondary hub 13 kilometers south of Paris that serves domestic and international flights.
Air France will also resume flights to Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) on March 27, 2022, two years after ceasing operations in Dallas since the outbreak began in March of 2020.
Air France will deploy the 777-200ER, which has a capacity of 280 people, for this trip.
[Summer 2022] #AirFrance to operate close to 200 weekly flights to/from the US:
▶️ 14 destinations served,
▶️ Resumption of flights between #ParisOrly & New York JFK and between #ParisCDG & Dallas,
▶️ Renewal of seasonal service to Denver.
More details on https://t.co/3tFRIm63uL pic.twitter.com/2tlSbJjcJc
— Air France Newsroom (@AFnewsroom) February 3, 2022
Beginning May 4, 2022, the airline will launch seasonal, three-times-weekly service to Denver’s Colorado Springs airport (COS) for the second time.
For the summer season of 2022, Air France will fly to 14 US destinations: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York JFK, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington D.C.
According to the airline, the United States is its most popular long-haul destination, with seat capacity at 90 percent of 2019 levels.