Miami Getting Up To 3 Daily Air France Flights For The First Time Ever

Air France updated its schedule of flights into Miami last week, with a big increase in service.

Beginning November 1, the airline will offer up to three daily flights to MIA, for the first time ever.

The third flight will operate most days, for a total of 19 flights per week.

Until recently, Air France had only one daily flight to MIA.

In addition to Air France, American Airlines will also resume its daily flights to Paris from Miami on October 30. AA had suspended service on the route during the pandemic (it was previously flown year round).

Low cost airline French Bee has also launched ticket sales for new A350 service between Paris in Miami, beginning December 2022. The service will begin at 3 times weekly, before increasing to four weekly flights.

 

Air France previously served MIA with the A380, which has now been retired. Lufthansa also flew the A380 to MIA and announced plans today to un-retire its A380s in 2023, but hasn’t yet announced destinations:

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Analyst
1 month ago

The French are coming!

Anonymous
1 month ago

One way ticket to Paris.

Anonymous
1 month ago

lufthansa reportedly bringing A380 back to miami…..i guess we’re the popular girl at the prom!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yawn. Still no Asia flights.

Chyneesha
1 month ago

The only way to do it is significant weight restrictions aka not even half full. So really unlikely because it would make prices so so expensive.

Elon Musk
1 month ago

Would love it if they added routes to other French cities, Marseille or Nice maybe Lyon….

Truth Matters
1 month ago

Marseille

mdfa
1 month ago

hopefully soon

Anonymous
1 month ago

It is wonderful to see more and more flights to MIA, and the world getting back to normal from the pandemic.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Great news

Anonymous
1 month ago

This is great. I’d love to see them bring back the A380. Hopefully, MIA can get flights to more East Asian destinations like Delhi or Tokyo and more African services like Johannesburg or Addis Ababa

Anonymous
1 month ago

Delhi is in East Asia

Anonymous
1 month ago

?* LOL.

Anonymous
1 month ago

India is considered South Asia! East Asia is primarily China, Korea and Japan

Anonymous
1 month ago

❤️

Anonymous
1 month ago

Ooh la la

Anonymous
1 month ago

VIVE LA FRANCE!

Anonymous
1 month ago

…and if you thought MIA was a miserable experience, wait until you get off at CDG.

Androgynous
1 month ago

Them MFers are rude af over there lol

Anon
1 month ago

Avoid French Bee. They shove an extra seat in each row of coach for an even more miserable experience

bob
1 month ago

Luckily its a short flight.

nobody
1 month ago

Bring back the big planes, they are such a thrill to watch take off and land.

Mia
1 month ago

Viva la france !

Mia
1 month ago

Yes we really need a Marseille flight… That would be amazing making the two southern reasons of these beautiful countries !

bob
1 month ago

2 vacations for the price of 1. Such a deal.

Michael
1 month ago

If I’ve read the article correctly, it’s 19 flights on Air France, plus American’s daily, and FrenchBee’s thrice-weekly, for a total of 26 weekly flights. Why not have some of those flights go to other cities like Lyon, Marseille, Bordeaux, etc.?

Michael
1 month ago

Correction of typo: 27 flights.

Michael
1 month ago

29 flights. I did have math class, lol.

Sam
1 month ago

This will make up to four daily Air France flights. Air France also flies between Miami and the French Caribbean.

Rob
1 month ago

HAHAHA! For Real!

Anonymous
1 month ago

We don’t want a trashy casino in our neighborhood. We can have growth without a casino.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Lol I fly internationally at least once a month, much more than you do, I’m certain. Have also been to more than 50 countries. Do you have any idea what type of people a Miami casino would attract? Take a look at South Beach. In any case, you’re probably a tenant and therefore have no say in this matter. Leave it to us with our investments on the line to make decisions about what will most definitely affect our property values.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I remember when Miami was labeled the “Cocaine Capital of the World” and the streets became a War Zone and there definitely weren’t any casinos in sight.

Paranoid Android
1 month ago

Oh yes the 1980s. In the 80s Miami was also the fastest growing city in America and that was also the decade that saw the Metrorail completed. Several banks opened in Brickell and Downtown. The beach was transforming too. It was both good and bad times for the city.