In order to optimise its extensive London City network, and to provide improved services on key routes, Air France is making adjustments to a number of UK and European routes.London City - Geneva will see an additional frequency in the middle of the day to make a total of five daily frequencies as of 15 September, in order to respond to customer demand.
London City - Edinburgh will see an increase in its seat offer by over 20% thanks to two additional Avro 8 aircraft on the route, replacing the current Dornier aircraft which will now only operate one of the 7 daily frequencies. Furthermore, enhanced timings on a number of frequencies will allow for improved day returns.
London City - Orly route will reduce from 6 to 5 daily frequencies
London City - Strasbourg route will reduce from three to two daily frequencies with a readjustment of timings to allow for a later return in the evening.
London City - Zurich route will be suspended as of 8 September. Passengers booked to travel after this date will be rebooked on an alternative carrier(s).
Additional minor changes to the timetable will be implemented on Paris CDG, Dublin, Geneva and Nice routes. See full timetable below for information.