Air France Celebrates 50th Anniversary Of Its Paris – Mumbai Route


In the 1960s, Air France added Mumbai to its “historic” Far East network and launched flights from Mumbai on September 7, 1967. The airline now operates a daily service between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and India’s economic capital by Boeing 777-200 equipped with the latest long-haul travel cabins.

Max Smits, General Manager, Air France-KLM, Indian Sub-Continent said, “We are very proud to celebrate 50 years of service between Mumbai and Paris. Air France has been present in Mumbai since 1967 and has been investing continuously with the aim to provide a great product and excellent connection opportunities to the Indian passengers from its hub at Paris, Charles de Gaulle. We take this opportunity to thank our loyal customers and partners in reaching this great milestone and are absolutely thrilled to celebrate this occasion with our passengers taking the flight 07 Sep from Mumbai to Paris with a small surprise celebration at the Mumbai airport.” Read More…

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