Formed from a merger of several airlines, Air France was founded on 7th October, 1933. On May 5, 2004, Air France was merged with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. Though, both companies under this merger have their own timetable and fly under their own brands. At present, it is the national flag carrier of France that is headquartered in Tremblay-en-France, (north of Paris). The airline is a founding member of the SkyTeam global airline alliance. With reasonable airfare and several other facilities, Air France has managed to become the preferred choice of the passengers from all over the world.
Air France Top Flight RoutssOperating from its major hub Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, Air France serves to a number of destinations across the world. The top Routss covered by Air France are Bangalore to Paris, Mumbai to Paris, Paris to Mumbai, Paris to Delhi and Delhi to Paris. With a perfect flight schedule covers top destinations of Asia, France, Europe, and Caribbean. From Amsterdam and Paris in France, one can reach several European destinations, including Munich, Copenhagen, Rome, Istanbul, London, Venice and Zurich. The airlines serve to various North American destinations, including Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles, Toronto, Washington and Vancouver. In South America, it operates in Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Santiago and Sao Paulo. Major cities of Asia-Pacific region are served by Air France, including New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangkok, Bangalore, Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo. The Routs network of Air France extends to 1000 destinations across 6 continents of the globe.
With Air France baggage policy, passengers are allowed to carry a baggage of weight 12kgs per passenger traveling in economy class and 18kgs per passenger in business class. Passengers traveling with infants can carry small cabin baggage with them.