Air France all year round to Quito, Ecuador

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After announcing the launch of its Paris-Charles de Gaulle – Quito route from May 14, 2019*, until the end of the summer season, Air France will continue to offer services to the Ecuadorian capital throughout next winter.

Customers will be able to fly to Quito all year round thanks to 3 weekly flights as from May 14, 2019 aboard the latest long-haul travel cabins by Airbus A340* for the summer season (30 seats in the Business cabin, 21 seats in the Premium Economy cabin and 227 seats in the Economy cabin) then by Boeing 787 for the 2019-2020 winter season (30 seats in the Business cabin, 21 seats in the Premium Economy cabin and 225 seats in the Economy cabin).

Schedule from 14 May until 26 October 2019:

AF646 : Paris-Charles de Gaulle 13:10, Quito 18:10
AF641 : Quito 20:10,Paris-Charles de Gaulle 14:20 the next day

Flights on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays by Airbus A340*.

Schedule from 27 October 2019 until 28 Mars 2020:

AF646 : Paris-Charles de Gaulle 13h:0, Quito 19:20.
AF641 : Quito 21:20, Paris-Charles de Gaulle 14:20 the next day.

Flights on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays by Boeing 787.

This new destination is in addition to KLM’s daily flight between Amsterdam and Quito, operated by Boeing 777-200 for the 2019 summer season.

Quito, a jewel of the Andes

Located more than 2,850 m above sea level, and built on the ruins of an Inca city, Ecuador’s capital is home to many treasures. Its historic centre, the best preserved in Latin America, is the first to be included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List. From Independence Square to San Francisco Square, nothing beats getting lost in the narrow and colourful streets to discover Old Quito. Want a great view? The Panecillo peak, which stands in the middle of the city, offers a breathtaking view.

Want to go even higher? Quito, bordered by the Andes, is also the starting point for unforgettable escapades into the heart of the volcanoes, the gateway to the lush Amazonian forest and an opportunity to discover the Galapagos Islands and its protected species.

*Initially operated by Joon. Air France will resume service to this destination as of June 26.

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