Air France used to be the national French airline. Today it is part of Air France-KLM which jointly owns and operates the 2 airlines. The airline’s main hubs are Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) and Paris Orly Airport (ORY). From there, the airline offers routes to more than 200 destinations. Due to the size of the airline’s domestic market, Air France flies to no more than 35 airports within France and more than 90 countries spread across practically every travel-friendly continent in the world. Its fleet consists of upwards of 230 civil aircraft, containing a mix of both Airbus and Boeing models.
As a member of the SkyTeam Alliance, the airline shares codeshare arrangements with more than 30 different carriers. You can find destinations and fares with this airline directly through TravelTalk by following the link here.