Air France carries the first group departure from Mexico to Turkey via Paris

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On November 20, Air France transported, from the AICM, the first group of Mexican tourists from its strategic business partner Mega Travel, bound for Turkey, with a connection at the Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport, as part of the start of their group departures. Enthusiastic about the 11 days and 9 nights “Turkish Magic” program, which awaited them upon arrival at their destination, the more than 30 travelers followed the strict sanitary measures that the airline applies, at each stage of the trip, from the start of the trip. pandemic, to combat Covid-19.

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Air France requires, for example, that its customers use surgical-type mouth covers on all their flights. It also intensified the daily cleaning operations of the aircraft and introduced a specific procedure for disinfection of cabins with an approved virucidal product. For more details on the airline’s commitment to health and hygiene, both on the ground and onboard, we thank you for visiting our section dedicated to the Air France Protect program.

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This Friday, November 20, the operator in charge of Ercan Yilmaz, dismissed its first group to Turkey, which will continue its flagship program “Turkish Magic”, for 11 days and 9 nights, visiting 7 spectacular cities: Istanbul, Ankara, Cappadocia, Pamukkale, Ephesus, Kusadasi and Bursa; under the strict protocols of this new normal, both the operator and its commercial partners such as Air France, the first airline with which Mega, begins this long-awaited reactivation.

“We are extremely proud and grateful to be the airline of choice for our partner Mega Travel. This group shows the confidence that Mexican travelers and agencies have in the reactivation of travel in the new normal, and in the hygiene and safety protocols that the different figures of the transport and tourism sectors are applying. As Turkey is one of the few countries that has opened its doors to tourism, I gladly affirm that Air France is the best option to get Mexican passengers there, safely and in strict compliance with the highest standards of disinfection. We are ready, looking forward to welcoming more Mexican citizens on board ”, stated Maud Oostenbrink, commercial director of the Air France-KLM group in Mexico.

Although Air France never stopped its operation from Mexico City, the number of frequencies to Paris was reduced in March and returned to normal, with seven weekly flights, a few weeks ago, still in the complex global context and with the travel restrictions, since its Cargo area operates actively in the midst of the pandemic, and people who meet the requirements imposed by countries around the world continue to travel. The Air France-KLM group thus continues to contribute to maintaining the country’s commercial relations and its connectivity, in its 68-year commitment to Mexico.

Yilmaz pointed out that it is time to travel to Turkey, a country that, in addition to receiving Mexicans with open arms and without any PCR test or quarantine restriction, gives tourists the confidence to arrive in a safe country, with the most strict hygiene protocols.

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This departure marks a milestone for the programs that the operator maintains to Turkey and the Middle East in general since as of December 3, Turkish Airlines will also be arriving in Mexico.

The hours and days of operation of Air France flights can be consulted on the page www.airfrance.com.mx

A totally flexible commercial policy

Air France adapts its business measures so that travelers can book their next trip with confidence. For more information on the flexible commercial policy, we invite you to visit our site www.airfrance.com.mx

Before traveling, Air France recommends its customers to verify the current requirements of their countries of origin, transit, and destination with the relevant authorities or at airfrance.traveldoc.aero, as these may have been modified as a result of the Covid epidemic -19.

Source: nitu.mx, pasilloturistico.com

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