first_img RelatedSIA to add extra A380 flights to LondonSingapore Airlines has announced plans to add more flights from London Heathrow using the carrier’s A380 aircraftQantas plans Airbus A380 for Heathrow flightsQantas plans Airbus A380 for Heathrow flights2019 January Flight DealsThere’s no better time to find cheap flights than the ‘January sales’. There are great deals to be had from leading airlines and travel agents, whether you want to grab a last minute flight for a city break or plan your summer holiday, it’s the time to find low cost… Air France has announced that the Airbus A380, the world’s largest airliner, will operate on the London-Heathrow airport to Paris-Charles de Gaulle route for the very first time from Saturday, 12th June 2010 until Monday, 30th August 2010.The Air France A380 will be assigned to flight numbers AF1980 (departing Paris Charles de Gaulle, 10:05) and AF1981 (departing London Heathrow, 12:50) during all summer weekends from Saturday to Monday, plus all Fridays in July.For this special event, Air France has launched very attractive fares from just £80 return including all taxes in Economy Class, and from just £280 including all taxes in the Affaires/Business Class cabin.Says Henri Hourcade, General Manager, Air France KLM UK and Ireland, ‘We’re thrilled to have our flagship aircraft on the London to Paris route. During the Summer, the demand for our services from London to France or to connect with our global network is always extremely high”.Air France currently operates three double-decker A380s on the Paris-New York and Paris-Johannesburg routes.Travel is for dates between 12th June and 30th August 2010 only.Prices are per person including all taxes.Fares quoted are based on return flights departing from London Heathrow.See www.airfrance.co.uk for more details.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img

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