Air France and KLM launch the autumn promotional campaign with up to 40% discounts on airline tickets.
Passengers will be able to choose from an extensive list of destinations around the world, with more than 100 intercontinental destinations as well as European destinations. The promotional campaign is valid until September 10, with special rates for destinations in North America, South America, Asia, Africa, but also in the Caribbean and Indian Ocean.
The lowest price: 408 euros to Delhi and 439 euros to Beijing and Shanghai. Tourists who want to explore Asia can buy tickets for Beijing and Shanghai at prices from 439 euros, Mumbai from 479 euros, Bangkok from 539 euros and Hong Kong from 569 return flights.
For tourists wishing to discover one of the most developed countries in the world, the company is selling tickets to Singapore from 529 euros per person return. Africa is on offer with flights starting from 489 euros for Johannesburg, 579 euros for Nairobi, Cape Town from 669 euros, and prices for Zanzibar start at 699 euros, return flight.
Travel enthusiasts who want to arrive in Brazil have tickets from 499 euros per person in return to Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, including a 30% discount on the normal ticket price. A ticket to Punta Cana at a cost of 619 euros, to Martinique and Saint Martin from 659 euros, Pointe-à-Pitre from 719 euros, return flights.
Tickets to North America are priced at 485 euros for Miami, 529 for New York, 619 for Boston, 609 for Detroit, and 639 for Los Angeles. Ticket booking at these prices is possible until September 10, 2018, and the travel period for all destinations must be until June 30, 2019.
The shown rates are for round-trip flights, with all taxes included. Air France KLM is one of the world’s largest airline players and market leader on long-haul flights from Europe. In 2016, the company transported 99.4 million passengers and over 1.1 million tons of cargo. The company’s fleet is made up of 534 aircraft, and the network covers 328 destinations in 118 countries through the Paris-Charles de Gaulle hubs, one of the largest airports in the world, and Amsterdam-Schiphol.
Air France and KLM are member companies of the 20-member SkyTeam global alliance, providing passengers worldwide with access to a global network of 17,343 daily flights to 1,074 destinations in 177 countries.