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Air France is increasing the frequency of its flights from Paris (CDG) to Havana from autumn 2015 up to 11 per week with the addition of an an extra flight every Wednesday using a Boeing 777-300 aircraft with 468 seats. The national airline of Cuba, Cubana Airlines, flies once weekly from the second airport of Paris (ORY) departing from France every Sunday.
The Air France service is complemented by their airline partner, KLM, who operate from Amsterdam to Havana three times each week in the summer, increasing to four times during winter 2015/6.
In 2014, Air France and Cubana finalised an agreement to allow Cubana to fly to over 30 Air France destinations in both Europe and the Caribbean, whilst giving Air France the rights to serve Cubana’s local market.
Air France - KLM and Air Niugini enter in a unique agreement
As from 1 July 2011, passengers traveling to/from Port Moresby to/from Europe can benefit from this new agreement between the three airlines. Within this agreement, Air Niugini, AIR FRANCE and KLM will form an interline arrangement which will encompass Papua New Guinea destination and AIR FRANCE and KLM Hubs in Paris and Amsterdam.
Papua New Guinea is a fast growing country blessed with numerous natural resources like copper, gold, oil and gas. A 15 bn USD LNG project that is in the pipeline also adds to PNG being a much traveled to destination. Apart from natural resources there are also several international organizations and NGO’s active in PNG.
Prior to the signing of this agreement, passengers could only be booked to Air Niugini destinations in the Air Niugini network which excludes Europe. Passengers travelling to destinations outside of the Air Niugini network were then advised to book with another carrier online. During their trip passengers then had to collect their checked baggage and re-check in for the next flight, which can be time consuming.
“The implementation of the Interline E-ticketing Agreement ensures that Air Niugini and AIR FRANCE and KLM customers now have easy connections to and from Port Moresby via any of the following Asian destinations Singapore, Hong Kong, Manila and Tokyo to and from any European city in the network of AIR FRANCE and KLM. Furthermore passengers’ baggage is tagged all the way to/from Europe without hassle. It saves them time from having to re-check baggage for the next flight, says Wasantha Kumarasiri, Chief Executive Officer, Air Niugini.
“We are very happy with this unique agreement with Air Niugini to offer our customers a seamless service between Papua New Guinea and our extensive network in Europe and vice versa”, says Paul Rombeek, General Manager Singapore, Indonesia, Australia and New Zealand, AIR FRANCE KLM.
The signing of this Interline E-ticketing Agreement with AIR FRANCE and KLM now brings the Air Niugini airline agreements to a total of twenty-eight (28).
AIR FRANCE and KLM combined operate 208 weekly flights to 24 Asian cities spread over 11 countries. With the combination of the two Hubs (Paris- Charles de Gaulle and Schiphol), they have a vast well-balanced dual network at their disposal, and linking Europe to the rest of the world. This new partnership will offer travellers a wider choice ticketing opportunities and will give potential customers greater flexibility to combine travel on the networks of Air Niugini and Air France and KLM./>