As of June 10, Air France will gradually resume connections from Bologna airport and, by the end of June, will operate 4 flights a week to Paris Charles de Gaulle.
“Returning to flying in the Bel Paese is a source of great pride for us and confirms the importance of the Italian market for the Air France-KLM Group. In recent weeks we have put in place all the necessary measures to fly safely and we are now ready to start again, already in June and in view of the imminent tourist season, with more than 15% of our flights to and from Italy “Says Stefan Vanovermeir, General Manager of Air France-KLM East Mediterranean.
“We missed him and today he goes back to work. The historic flight to Paris, on the podium of the most popular cities with almost 300 thousand passengers last year, resumes and with it the possibility of interconnecting us with the whole world. We proudly celebrate the resumption of collaboration with one of the most important partners of our airport and we are very happy to find AirFrance-KLM passengers at our airport: for them we too have equipped ourselves to offer maximum safety and our enthusiastic commitment to welcome them in the best way and support them in pre and post flight operations. Bon retour à Bologne, Air France we were waiting for you! ” declares Antonello Bonolis, Director of Business Aviation and Communication at Bologna Marconi Airport.
For Paris Charles de Gaulle, starting June 10:
• 1 flight the second week of June
• 3 flights the third week of June
• 4 flights the fourth week of June
The European network is designed in such a way that as many flights as possible connect to the Air France-KLM Group’s intercontinental network.
KLM flights from Bologna to Amsterdam will resume in July.
Health measures taken:
Compulsory mask and social distancing on board, sanitizing the seats and all surfaces inside the aircraft, air exchange every 3 minutes through an air filter system consisting of HEPA anti-particulate filters, identical to those used in the rooms surgery, capable of removing more than 99% of viral and bacterial contaminants.
See all the health measures adopted by Air France: https://www.airfrance.it/IT/it/local/page_flottante/information/coronavirus.htm
(joint press release with Air France)