Air France Announced Revised Schedule For Flights Between Chennai And Paris

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Air France, the flagship carrier of France on Tuesday announced that there will be an update in flight schedule ex India, for travel between Chennai – Paris, Charles de Gaulle.

Air France is operating flights between India and France under the “bilateral air bubble agreement”.

Flight operations are from the 3 Indian gateways Bengaluru, Delhi & Mumbai in compliance with Standard Operating Procedures & regulations provided by the competent authorities in India. 

Chennai has become the fourth Indian gateway after the airline has started operating a weekly direct flight between Chennai – Paris, Charles de Gaulle from June 28. Below is the updated date wise schedule announced by Air France;

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Air France Updates Flight Schedule

Flight NoDepartureDep. TimeArrivalArr. TimeDatesDays of Ops
AF 115Chennai0210 hrsParis0830 hrs3,10,17,24 NovWed
AP 108Paris1000 hrsChennai0200+115,22,29 NovMon
AP 115Chennai0210 hrsParis0330 hrs1,8,15 DecWed
AP 115Chennai0210 hrsParis0330 hrs25 Dec & 1 JanSat
AF 103Paris1000 hrsChennai0200+16,13 DecMon
AF 103Paris1030 hrsChennai0200+123.30 DecThu

Air France operations from India are in compliance with the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and regulations provided by the competent authorities in India.

In compliance with the scope by authorities in India, travel is not permitted to/from UK and Canada on Air France flights.

Guidelines For Travel

Passengers are personally responsible to ascertain eligibility based on ENTRY conditions for the final destination and TRANSIT regulations. A general overview of the latest travel advice and required travel documents per destination can be found on https://www.traveldoc.aero/?culture=en

  • Indian nationals who are eligible to travel to EU / Schengen area, South America and Africa.
  • All foreign nationals destined for EU/Schengen area, South America and Africa. Their dependents/ spouses accompanied or otherwise.
  • Seamen of any foreign nationality destined for countries in EU / Schengen area, South America and Africa.
  • Seamen holding Indian passport subject to clearance from Ministry of Shipping and destined for countries as mentioned above.

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