Paris, France - Air France's international route network currently consists of 25 active routes despite the Covid-19 pandemic. Besides its regular flights, the airline also conducts repatriation flights in collaboration with the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The French flag carrier says it is ready to fly stranded travelers to Paris at a fixed rate. Details of these flights and the booking process will be announced at a later date, Air France said.
These are countries where regular operations have been suspended, but where many French and other European residents are stranded. Specifically, Air France mentions Portugal, North Africa, Senegal, Madagascar, Tahiti, Argentina, Cuba, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru, the Dominican Republic, Jordan, Thailand, the Maldives, and Vietnam.
Air France and its budget subsidiary Transavia have so far operated more than a hundred flights from Morocco since that country imposed strict travel restrictions on travelers from Europe.
Air France's intra-European network currently consists of Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Berlin, Dublin, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, Geneva, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Munich, Stockholm, and Zurich. African routes are Abidjan, Conakry, Cotonou, Libreville, and Kinshasa.
North American routes include New York, Los Angeles, and Mexico City. Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo are current destinations in South America. Tokyo is the only destination in Asia.
The domestic route network is largely maintained in collaboration with the Ministry of the Interior, including flights to Corsica and the overseas routes to Cayenne, Fort-de-France, Pointe-à-Pitre and La Réunion.