Air France has announced two new long-haul routes to Dallas and Quito.
The Paris CDG-Dallas Fort Worth service will operate up to five times per week commencing March 31, 2019, with an A330 configured for 36 business class seats, 21 in premium economy and 167 in economy.
Flights will depart the French capital at 1010, arriving into Dallas Fort Worth at 1350, with the return leg leaving the US city at 1545, landing back into Paris at 0815 the following day.
The service will operate on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday until June 30, when two extra frequencies will added on Monday and Saturday until September 1.
Dallas will be the 13th US destination served by Air France from Paris CDG, joining Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington.
Meanwhile the Paris-Quito route will operate on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, departing the French capital at 1310, arriving into Quito at 1805, with the return leg leaving the Ecuadorian capital at 1950, landing back into Paris at 1350 the following day.
The service will be operated by Air France subsidiary Joon’s A340 aircraft, configured for 30 business class seats, with 21 in premium economy and 227 in economy.
For a look at development’s in Quito, one of the highest altitude cities in the world, see our recent feature Rising capital.