Air France

Air France
Hubsdestinationsfleet

Air France has it's main hub in Paris. They also have a hubs in Nice, Marseille and Lyon.

Website: airfrance.com

Links: www.opodo.co.uk, www.opodo.fr, www.opodo.de

By 2014 they fly A380-800 - 2009 fleet update

In september 2007 the Air Frances long haul fleet consists of the following aircraft: they had left 14 Boeing 747-400 and now used 47  Boeing 777-200ER/-300ER. From Airbus the used 16 Airbus A330-200 and 19 Airbus A340-300.

January 2006 their their 747 fleet includes 20 passenger aircraft: 10 747-400,  6 747-400M, 2 747-300M, 2 747-200 (SUD).

In 2005 Air France (AF) used 25 Boeing 777-200ER and 11 Boeing 777-300ER, 25 Boeing 737 (older -300 and -500 models). They also used a total of 33 Boeing 747 (-200, -300 and -400 models, and 747 Freighters). Of these 16 were Boeing 747-400 for passenger service and 5 were Boeing 747-400 Freighters (most ER). Some extra 13 Boeing 747 were stored (the older models being retrieved from service). From Airbus they used 22 A340-300 and 13 A330-200. Also from Airbus they used 122 aircraft of A320 family: 5 A318, 39 A319, 66 A320 and 12 A321. One A340-300 crashed in august 2005 after landing in Toronto.

In 2003 before they bought KLM (in october 2003) Air France used 26 Boeing 747, 25 Boeing 777, 4 Boeing 767, 20 Airbus A340, 10 Airbus A330, 33 Boeing 737, 119 aircraft of the Airbus A320 family and 13 Boeing 747 cargo airplanes.


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