Air France will be offering a new service to Tokyo-Haneda airport from March 30th, in addition to its flights to Tokyo-Narita.
In this way, Air France will offer two daily frequencies - one day flight and one night flight - to Tokyo-Haneda and one daily frequency to Tokyo-Narita, providing customers with a wider range of flight schedules to better organise their trip.
Air France is the only airline to offer night flights between Tokyo-Haneda airport and Paris-Charles de Gaulle, ensuring its customers arrive at their destination feeling rested.
Close to the city centre and very popular with business travellers, Tokyo-Haneda also facilitates connections with the Japanese domestic network.
The day flight to Tokyo-Haneda will be operated by Boeing 777-200, with a capacity of 309 seats (35 in the Business cabin, 24 in Premium Economy and 250 in Economy).
The night flight will be operated by Boeing 777-300, with a capacity of 303 seats (8 seats in La Première, 67 in Business, 24 in Premium Economy and 200 in Economy).
AF 272 will leave Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 10:55, arriving at Tokyo-Haneda at 6:00 the following day, while AF 279 leaves Tokyo-Haneda at 7:35, and arrives at Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 13:15 the same day.
The night flight AF 274 leaves Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 23:30, and arrives at Tokyo-Haneda at 18:40 the following day.
In return, AF 293 leaves Tokyo-Haneda at 22:15, and arrives at Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 3:55 the following day.
Present in Japan for over 60 years, Air France pays particular attention to its Japanese customers.
Japanese cabin crew provide exclusive service on flights to and from Japan.
In addition, Air France is developing its offer of world cuisine, and offers Japanese dishes in all cabin classes.
In addition, many additional extras complete the inflight offering such as a choice of local newspapers and magazines and a selection of movies in Japanese or with subtitles.
For the winter 2013-14 season, the Air France-KLM group is offering 52 weekly frequencies on departures from Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol, some of which are operated on a code-share basis with Japan Airlines.
Three destinations are on offer: Tokyo, Osaka and Fukuoka.