Air France-KLM Resume Flights From Billund to Paris

Air France Hop Embraer E170 at Billund Airport

Air France-KLM continue to increase the number of flights from Denmark to their hubs in Amsterdam and Paris. From 17 August, Air France will resume flights between Billund and Paris. As of early September, Franco-Dutch airline companies will operate 117 flights from Denmark to France and the Netherlands.  

“We are very pleased to announce that we are now also resuming flights from Billund to Paris. Our goal is to be close to the communities and support local businesses. We look forward to welcoming both business and leisure travelers from the regions of Western Denmark on board again,”said Anita Wagner Feddersen Sales Manager of Air France-KLM Denmark.

We fly from three Danish airports, and via our hubs in Amsterdam and Paris, customers get an easy connection to our global network.”

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Air France Hop Embraer E170 Photo: Eric Salard / CC BY-SA

Air France-KLM Flights from Denmark Between August – September 2020

Billund to Amsterdam increases from 14 to 28 weekly flights

Billund to Paris increases from 2 to 7 weekly flights

Aalborg to Amsterdam increases 14 to 21 weekly flights

Copenhagen to Amsterdam increases 28 to 35 weekly flights

Copenhagen to Paris increases from 21 to 26 weekly flights

“We are very much looking forward to seeing Air France again at Billund Airport, where the route to Paris has been missed. More and more airlines are returning to the airport as the demand for travel gradually increases,” said Jan Hessellund, director of Billund Airport.

Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris is not only an important hub from which you can travel on to the whole world, but the route is also central for Danish companies, including the entire Danish offshore industry.”

Air France and KLM have expanded the number of destinations so that customers have the widest possible selection. By the end of the summer, the group aims at operating 85% of their usual capacity.

“We have lately seen an increasing demand, therefore we continue to increase our flights in a safe and controlled way. At the same time, we are adapting to supply, demand and travel constraints, all of which are subject to greater and faster changes than ever before,” said Anita Wagner Feddersen Sales Manager of Air France-KLM Denmark.

KLM’s Scandinavian and northern Europe network include 15 destinations in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. The airline’s fleet comprises 214 aircraft. The KLM Group consists of KLM Cityhopper, Transavia and Martinair.


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