Air France's flights between Paris and Porto will resume on 6 June with three flights a week. Lisbon will have daily flights to the French capital.
Air France has announced the resumption of area flights to Portugal. Initially, three flights a week will be operated between Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport in Oporto and Charles De Gaulle Airport in Paris on 6 June. For the second phase, on 18 June, it is planned to resume daily connections.
In Lisbon, the resumption of activity by the French airline will begin with one flight per day and, in the second phase, will be extended to two daily flights. It should be recalled that since 28 March the French airline has operated 3 flights a week from Humberto Delgado Airport, while KLM (of the same group) maintains one daily flight to Amsterdam.
Between this week and the end of June, Air France intends to resume its flights, with a gradual increase in frequency and destinations, particularly to France and Europe. The plan for the French airline's resumption of activity is subject to the evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic and conditioned by the lifting of travel restrictions.