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Air France puts the world at your feet! This airline is the biggest in France, and serves approximately 240 destinations in 98 countries on 6 continents, among which 25 cities in France. Air France was founded in 1933, and is therefore one of the oldest European airlines. In 2003, Air France merged with KLM into the holding Air France-KLM, jointly the fourth biggest airline in Europe. In addition, Air France is a founding member of SkyTeam Alliance, which was established in 2000.

Book your flight ticket and fly Air France to your favourite destination!

All fares are per person, in Euro and ‘as from’. They are subject to availability and change without prior notice. All pre-payable taxes are included. File charges (from €15/p.p.) and cancellation and/or travel insurance are not included. Airport taxes may differ according to the departure date, booking class and flight route.

Why choose Air France?

Extensive global network - SkyTeam frequent flyer benefits - Large number of destinations (approx 240 worldwide) - Modern and extensive fleet with 243 aircrafts - High quality La Première Class & Business Class - Award winning La Première lounge menu - Easily accessible by train from Brussels (included in ticket)

Flights from Brussels

Air France does not offer direct flights leaving from Brussels Airport to Air France’s home airport, Charles de Gaulle. However, the airport is easily accessible by train from Brussels (about 1 hour and 15 minutes of travel time). Via Air France, you can easily book your entire journey at once, including train, via the Air France Air & Rail trip. From Brussels you can travel comfortably to Paris in 1st class by TGV. At Brussels train station, you can check in directly for your entire trip. You can do this at the Air & Rail counter (at least 15 minutes before departure). From the TGV station Paris-Charles de Gaulle you reach the airport terminals within 15 minutes. If you miss connection to your flight or train by delays, Air France and SCNF ensure your seat on the next available flight or train without extra charges. If your flight departs from Paris-Orly, you receive a free ticket for the journey from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Paris-Orly by Air France bus.

Check in

Air France passengers can check in online from 30 hours before departure; or 24 hours for flights departing from Atlanta, Detroit and Minneapolis. At the airport, you can check in via the self service check-in or the check-in desk on the day of departure until check-in deadline (15 to 90 minutes before flight departure). Premium Economy, Business Class or La Première travellers can check in at special counters, as well as participants of the Air France frequent flyer programme Flying Blue.



Air France travellers can bring the following luggage for free:

Economy Class: 1 piece of carry-on baggage of max. 12 kg and 1 accessory (handbag, notebook, camera, etc.). Checked baggage 1 piece of max. 23 kg (mini rate: extra charges for checked baggage).


Premium Economy (long haul flights):2 pieces of carry-on baggage of max. 18 kg in total and 1 accessory (handbag, notebook, camera, etc.). Checked baggage 2 pieces of max. 23 kg in total.

Business Class: 2 pieces of carry-on baggage of max. 18 kg in total and 1 accessory (handbag, notebook, camera, etc.). Two pieces of checked baggage of max. 32 kg.

La Première: 2 pieces of carry-on baggage of max. 18 kg in total and 1 accessory (handbag, notebook, camera, etc.). Three pieces of checked baggage of max. 32 kg in total.

Dimensions of carry-on baggage: max. 55 x 35 x 25 cm a piece. In addition to the items listed above, one bag of duty-free items is permitted.

Want to know exactly how much luggage you can bring? Check out the convenient Air France baggage calculator!

Luggage for children

Children seated in their own chair can bring the same amount of baggage as adults. A child travelling in the lap of its parent or attendant is allowed the following: carry-on baggage, 1 piece, less than 12 kg, max. 55 x 35 x 25 cm; 1 additional baggage item of max. 10 kg.

Special luggage

Sports equipment may be transported up to 23 kg (or 32 kg in Business or La Première Class). Sometimes, prior approval of the customer service department is required. This request must be submitted at least 48 hours before flight departure. More information on the rules by type of special luggage on the Air France website.

Liquids and gels

In carry-on luggage, liquids, gels, pastes and aerosols can only travel in containers of max. 100 ml each. These must be wrapped in a transparent and resealable plastic bag with a maximum capacity of 1 litre. The bag must be closed and the articles must fit easily. One transparent plastic bag per person is allowed.

There are no restrictions for the following liquids: medical substances needed for your health. Airport crew may ask you to verify the nature of the substance, e.g. by tasting. Special dietary products needed during your travel (e.g. lactose intolerance or gluten allergy) Prescribed medications with receipt or statement from your doctor and baby food.

Paris-Charles de Gaulle

Paris-Charles de Gaulle is the home base of Air France, and is located 25 km northeast of Paris. It’s the largest airport in France, and the second most frequented airport in all of Europe. This airport has three terminals and transports more than 200.000 passengers a day. Paris-Charles de Gaulle counts numerous shops, and the sublime first-class lounge was named the best in the world in 2014. By train, you reach the centre of Paris within approximately 45 minutes.


On the plane

Air France counts four travel classes: Economy, Premium Economy, Business, and La Première. Economy travellers enjoy the excellent facilities of Air France, such as a free blanket, pillow, eyeshade, towel and earplugs. On intercontinental flights, you also get pampered with a sumptuous dinner consisting of a cocktail, hot snacks, a warm meal and coffee, tea or digestive (intercontinental). For even more luxury, go Premium Economy Class – you get 40% more legroom, a travel kit with personal care items and free wine and champagne.


When you’re travelling Business Class, you enjoy extensive comfort such as a lounger seat (180 degrees), a personal phone to call via satellite and a delicious menu, designed by French star chefs. You can also use the Air France Press App, which provides access to a wide selection of newspapers and magazines. A power supply for your laptop is provided, so you can easily work on the go. If you travel La Première, you get pampered even more: you receive a full range of accessories including lounge clothes, slippers and a toiletry bag with Givenchy body care items. Your seat (including massage option) is always on the aisle and has a sofa, so you can talk or dine with your travelling companion.

During the flight, you can entertain yourself via your personal screen with 500 hours of in-flight entertainment, consisting of music, movies and games (not available on Economy Class flights within Europe).


Air France has access to a large fleet of 234 aircrafts in total, including the modern Boeing 777 and the Airbus 380. In the next years, the Air France fleet will be expanded with the new, luxurious Boeing 787 and the Airbus 350-900.


Frequent flyer benefits

Air France is part of the SkyTeam Alliance, which the airline founded in 2000, together with Aeromexico, Delta Airlines and Korean Air. Air France uses (along with partner KLM) the Flying Blue frequent flyer programme. Participants of Flying Blue or another frequent flyer programme of one of the SkyTeam alliances enjoy all SkyTeam frequent flyer benefits during their trip.

The Flying Blue frequent flyer programme has four levels: Ivory, Silver, Gold and Platinum. The programme offers you (dependant on our membership level) among others additional baggage allowances and rebates, priority services such as priority check-in and lounge access. On the Air France website, you will find a full list of benefits per level.



In 2014, Air France got named best European airline for the fourth year in a row in China during the TTG China Travel Awards 2014. The Air France La Première lounge at Paris-Charles de Gaulle was elected by Skytrax as the best first-class lounge worldwide in 2014. The lounge restaurant and menu designed by world-famous chef Alain Ducasse won the award for best food selection in a first-class lounge.


The information on this page is not legally binding. The information provided is subject to change. Airlines change their conditions regularly; visit the airline website for the latest information. Prices are starting prices, per person and in euros. Rates are subject to availability on return flights, including pre-pay airport taxes and excluding file charges (from € 12 pp), cancellation or all-in insurance. Because airport taxes depend on departure date, booking class and flight route, they can fluctuate compared to the rates mentioned here.