For the 2018 summer season, Air France will operate a daily service to Bergen (Norway), Cork (Ireland) and Wroclaw (Poland) on departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle.
As from 26 May 2018, Air France will offer its customers 3 new destinations on departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle: Bergen in Norway, Cork in Ireland and Wroclaw in Poland. These flights will be operated daily from Paris-Charles de Gaulle.
Flight schedules (in local time):
AF1252: leaves Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 14:40, arrives in Bergen at 16:55
AF1253: leaves Bergen at 17:40, arrives at Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 20:00
Flight operates on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays
AF1252: leaves Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 14:50, arrives in Bergen at 17:05
AF1253: leaves Bergen at 17:50, arrives at Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 20:10
Flight operates on Tuesdays and Saturdays
AF1094: leaves Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 14:55, arrives in Cork at 15:50
AF1095: leaves Cork at 16:30, arrives at Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 19:20
AF1368: leaves Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 9:45, arrives in Wroclaw at 11:40
AF1369: leaves Wroclaw at 12:15, arrives at Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 14:10
With these new routes, Air France and Joon will operate 25, 35 and 34 flights per week respectively to Norway, Ireland and Poland from Paris-Charles de Gaulle during the 2018 summer season:
- In Norway, there will be a daily flight to Bergen operated by Air France and 18 weekly flights to Oslo operated by Joon. During the 2017/18 winter season, Air France operates 17 weekly flights to Oslo.
- In Ireland, Air France will operate a daily flight to Cork and 28 weekly flights to Dublin. During the winter season, there are 28 flights to Dublin.
- In Poland, Air France will operate a daily flight to Wroclaw and 27 weekly flights to Warsaw. During the 2017/18 winter season, there are 21 weekly services between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Warsaw.
Bergen, the gateway to the fjords
Norway’s second largest city and second largest port, Bergen stands out with its colourful wooden houses along the old wharf. A gateway to the fjords, the city is also known for its wonderful fish market and its lively inhabitants. The narrow streets winding upwards give travellers a closer view of the 7 mountains that culminate in the city centre. Among them, Mount Fløyen offers breath-taking views of Bergen. To get there, take the funicular or hiking trail.
Wroclaw, Venice of the North
Located on the River Oder in western Poland, Wroclaw will surprise Air France customers with its 12 islands and 112 bridges. From the old town to Nadordrze, famous for its cosy cafés and street art, its baroque, Gothic and classical architecture, Wroclaw is the fourth largest city in Poland. With the imposing Astronomical Clock of the City Hall and the colourful houses in Wroclaw, travellers can go in search of the 300 bronze gnomes scattered throughout the city.
Cork, the rebellious county
Famous for its rebellious spirit throughout history, the city today combines its historic monuments with a more modern side. Enhanced by its many bridges and proudly nestled on an island in the middle of the River Lee, Cork is less than two hours from France. As Ireland’s second most populated city, it is a major economic and cultural focal point in Ireland. With its many film and music festivals, local products and warm hospitality, Cork embodies the authenticity of southern Ireland.