Since 21 June, Air France has been operating 5 weekly flights between Paris and Lima, the capital of Peru. These flights are operated by Boeing 777-200ER, with a capacity of 309 passengers. The aircraft is configured with three cabin classes with 35 seats in the new Business class, featuring a lie-flat seat bed measuring over 2 m in length, 24 seats in the intermediate Premium Voyageur class and 250 in Voyageur economy class.
For customers of the Air France-KLM Group, these 5 new Air France flights out of Paris complement the 7 flights operated by KLM out of Amsterdam. With 12 weekly flights, the Group is the leading carrier between Lima and Europe in terms of frequencies and allows Peru to be connected to the 254 destinations in the network via the two hubs at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol.
Air France and KLM offer weekly cargo hold capacity of up to 165 tonnes.
Paris-Lima flights are operated on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
“We have witnessed Peru’s impressive development, economic growth and its reputation among the international community. This new Paris-Lima route will also increase the opportunities for transporting goods between our continents,” stated Mr. Gourgeon, on the occasion of the inaugural flight.
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