Air France Destinations

Air France Destinations
Formed in 1933 after the merger of several air carriers, Air France is now one of the largest airlines in the world, carrying an estimated 43 million passengers each year. Today, the company encompasses a large fleet of planes and serves 183 destinations in 98 countries all over the world. The company operates both a regional and international subsidiary, both of which are based at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris.

Central Africa

Air France features several flights per day to the core region of the African continent, including well-known locations Congo, Malawi and Zimbabwe. Most of this area features a tropical climate and lush rain forests. Visitors of the area can choose from several top-end hotels and resorts, as well as a variety of eco-friendly tours and hikes.

Central Africa tourism
Tourism House
55 Samora Machel Avenue


From the Taj Mahal to the Great Wall, Asia is an ancient civilization with a varied culture which attracts millions of visitors from around the world each year. Home to ancient sites, active nightlife and a host of sporting and cultural activities, it is an area that includes compact urban areas, as well as wide open farm land. Air France provides several hundred daily flights to Asia, ranging from Tokyo and Seoul to Hong Kong and Bangalore; it is one of the most varied flight plans in the industry. While in the area, guests can participate in a selection of eco-friendly tours, hiking, cycling, golf and sightseeing tours.

Pacific Asian Travel Association
Unit B1, 28th Floor, Siam Tower
989 Rama I Road, Pathumwan
Bangkok 10330, Thailand


A culturally-diverse and historic nation, Europe is a favorite among history buffs, food and wine lovers, as well as surfers, divers and golfers. Air France features several flights throughout the United Kingdom, as well as France and Spain, but also offers treks to smaller areas in Austria, Italy and Croatia. Visitors to the United Kingdom can find several fine beaches for swimming and surfing, as well as Mediterranean waters for sunbathing and diving. Golf, soccer, cycling and hiking, as well as cultural pursuits at theatres, museums and historic sites are also readily available.

European Travel Commission
Avenue Marnix 19a
1000 Brussels, Belgium
+011-32-02-548- 9000


Article Written By Sara John

Sara John is a professional writer and copy editor living in Des Moines, IA. She has worked professionally for seven years, and written articles for the Long Beach Press-Telegram, as well as other local publications. She is a graduate of Grand View University and holds a B.A. in journalism.

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