Air France and KLM network - More flights to Scandinavia
Tuesday 1, June 2010
This autumn, as from 31 October 2010, Air France will be adding a third daily frequency between Paris and Oslo, strengthening its network in the region.
With 644 weekly flights this summer between Paris, Amsterdam and the main Scandinavian cities, Air France and KLM link Scandinavia to the rest of the world via their respective hubs at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol.
Together, the two airlines operate routes to 11 destinations in Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
As Air France and KLM's networks are complementary, the presence of the Dutch airline is stronger in Northern Europe, whereas Air France is dominant on routes to Southern Europe. In this way, KLM operates flights to all 11 Scandinavian destinations, whereas only 4 of them are served by both airlines.
Air France and KLM destinations in Scandinavia:
served by Air France and KLM:
served by KLM:
To provide passengers with easy access to Air France and KLM's global networks, both airlines offer:
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