Air France has announced eight routes running during the summer 2019 season from Paris-Charles de Gaulle.
They include four new routes, to Heraklion in Greece, Palermo and Olbia in Italy, and Split in Croatia.
Four other routes are continuations from the 2018 summer season, flying to Bari and Cagliari in Italy, Dubrovnik in Croatia and Ibiza in Spain.
Olbia and Cagliari will be operated by Air France subsidiary Hop.
The airline released the following information for the returning routes, which begin in April:
|Maximum number of weekly services||Starting||Until||Aircraft||YoY percentage change in seat capacity|
|A319 / A320||+40|
|Cagliari||8||April 13||Embraer 190 & Embraer 175||+14|
|Dubrovnik||5||April 6||A319 / A320||+150|
And this information for the new routes:
|Maximum number of weekly services||Starting||Until||Aircraft|
|Olbia||4||July 15||Embraer 190|
|Split||4||July 16||A318 / A319|
Last week Air France said it would likely close its millennial-oriented subsidiary Joon, returning its aircraft and routes to the Air France brand.