Starting this year, Air France-KLM Group will increase frequencies on its Paris-Cancun route, with the aim of offering greater air connectivity to the southeast of the country with Europe.
Starting this year, Air France-KLM Group will increase frequencies on its Paris-Cancun route. Image: Air France website
To meet the demand, Air France will fly daily to Paris-Charles de Gaulle, from Cancun, offering, for the first time since the opening of the route in October 2011, seven weekly flights between mid-December 2019 and the end of February. 2020, with a Boeing 777-300 with 468 seats.
They currently have a 20 percent market share to Cancun with Europe, he said in a statement.
“Attentive to the demand and needs of the Mexican market, we develop a network with an increasing offer and offer our clients the guarantee of a travel experience that exceeds their expectations,” said the group’s general director in Mexico, Guilhem Mallet.
He added that his direct flights, to and from Cancun, not only offer European passengers the opportunity to get to know one of the most beautiful regions of Mexico, they also propose to Mexicans living in the southeast of the country the best way to travel to Europe.
In 2018, Air France-KLM for the first time transported more than 100 million passengers worldwide and, in the case of Mexico, the Paris-Cancun route moved 150,476 passengers, with an increase of more than 11 percent in comparison with 2017
Compared with the same period of 2018, from January to March of this year, there was a 12 percent growth in passenger transport and revenues increased 15 percent.
Source: airfrance-klm press realease
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