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Air France will serve Guadeloupe from Montreal and New York

Air France officials have announced the launch of an expanded service to Guadeloupe from Montreal and New York starting this month.

Air France will operate a weekly flight between Guadeloupe Pointe-à-Pitre International Airport and Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport each week from November 23, with flights departing Tuesdays from Guadeloupe to Montreal and flights round trip Montreal-Guadeloupe leaving on Wednesdays.

A second weekly flight, departing on Friday from Guadeloupe and Saturday from Montreal, will be added to the schedule on December 6. “Air France is delighted to connect North American travelers to the Caribbean,” said Eric Caron, vice president and general manager of North America.

Air France will also serve Guadeloupe twice a week from New York’s JFK International Airport from November 24, with flights from Guadeloupe on Wednesdays and Saturdays and departures from New York scheduled for Thursdays and Sundays.

Air France offers fully modifiable tickets for travel until June 30, 2022 on purchases made before January 31, 2022. Customers can modify their reservation free of charge or request a refundable credit voucher if they no longer wish to travel.

Guadeloupe remains open to visitors despite recent public protests against COVID-19 measures. The media indicate that 36% of Guadeloupe citizens have received a first vaccine against the coronavirus.

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