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Air France Taps Martinique Chef for New Menus

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Air France is adding a taste of the French Caribbean to its menus. The French carrier has tapped Martinique-born star chef Marcel Ravin to add new “signature” dishes its business and economy menus. Ravin’s culinary […]


Virgin Atlantic, Air France, KLM Launch Codeshare

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Aviation titans Virgin Atlantic, Air France and KLM have launched their first-ever codeshare agreement. The new agreement means new trans-Atlantic travel options from Europe to the Americas, including the Caribbean region. It means travelers can […]


Air France Has a New CEO

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Air France has named a new chief executive officer: Anne Rigail. Rigail, who had been serving as executive vice president – customer at Air France, will replace Benjamin Smith, who was appointed acting CEO of […]


Norwegian Is Adding More Nonstop Flights to Martinique

By Alexander Britell It’s getting even easier to visit the fascinating French Caribbean island of Martinique. The expanded flights are headlined by this week’s announcement that European carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle will be adding another major new route to the […]

Air France’s New Caribbean Summer Flights

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Air France has launched several new summer services in the Caribbean. The focal point of the carrier’s schedule will be two weekly flights between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and St Maarten’s Princess Juliana International Airport, services […]

Air France Set to Relaunch St Maarten Flights

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Air France will soon be resuming its nonstop flights between Paris Charles de Gaulle and St Maarten. The nonstop service between Paris and St Maarten’s Princess Juliana International Airport will resume on Jan. 13, with […]


Air France Relaunching Nonstop St Maarten Flights

By the Caribbean Journal staff In a significant step in the island’s recovery, air carrier Air France has announced plans to resume nonstop flights to St Maarten’s Princess Juliana International Airport. Air France will be operating two nonstop flights for […]

Air France's New Atlanta-Guadeloupe Flights

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By the Caribbean Journal staff There’s a new way to get to the French Caribbean. French national carrier Air France launches a new nonstop route between Atlanta’s Hartsfield Jackson International Airport and the French Caribbean department of Guadeloupe on Tuesday. […]

Air France Is Launching a New Millennial-Focused Airline: Joon

Air France is launching a new airline. The company plans to debut “Joon,” aimed at young working millennial travelers, this fall with medium-haul flights out of Paris Charles de Gaulle. That will be followed by the launch of long-haul flights […]


Delta, Air France-KLM, Virgin Atlantic Launch Joint Venture

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Delta Air Lines is expanding its partnership with Air France-KLM, the carrier announced this week. Delta is deepening its ties with a $440 million USD investment to acquire a 10 percent equity in Air France-KLM. The carrier also announced that […]

Air France Launching New Flights From Atlanta to the French Caribbean

There’s a significant new gateway to the French Caribbean, and it’s from a surprising source. The busiest airport in the United States, the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, is getting new nonstop flights to Guadeloupe on Europe’s Air France. Beginning Nov. 21, the […]

Air France Expanding Costa Rica Flights

Air France is increasing its service to Costa Rica, the carrier announced this week. Air France will now be offering an additional flight from Paris to San Jose this winter, meaning three weekly flights between Paris-Charles de Gaulle on San […]


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