Air France added 246 seats to Johannesburg
Friday 9, July 2010
In order to meet the demand for air tickets from Spanish and Dutch football supporters, Air France has scheduled an additional flight between Paris and Johannesburg on Saturday 10 July 2010. The flights will be operated by a Boeing 777-200 equipped with 246 seats.
The flight schedule will enable supporters to arrive in Johannesburg on Sunday morning, just a few hours before the kick-off of the 2010 World Cup Final.
Flight schedule of the additional flight AF 4168 Paris-CDG / Johannesburg on 10 July:
On 10 July, Air France will therefore be operating 2 flights between Paris and Johannesburg, including one by Airbus A380 equipped with 538 seats.
During the five-week period of the World Cup, Air France has offered over 7,500 additional seats on its Paris-Johannesburg route, with three weekly flights by Boeing 777 (246 seats) in addition to the daily flight by A380 (538 seats).
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