Starting at just R7590 a ticket – your next holiday could be in Europe thanks to these Air France-KLM prices!
Johannesburg, South Africa (15 October 2020) – The borders have opened, and International travel to some countries is allowed again and Air France-KLM has just launched special prices on flights to get you there!
You will need to make sure that the country you want to go to is open for travel, but the special price can be used to prebook a ticket up until June 2021!
Plan and book your next European adventure with these great deals starting from R7590, including taxes and surcharges.
Here are some of our favourites:
- From JHB to Rome: from R7991
- From JHB to Amsterdam: from R7979
- From JHB to Lisbon: from R7787
- From JHB to Munich: from R7891
- From JHB to Frankfurt: from R7885
- From JHB to Dublin: from R8934
- From JHB to Geneva: from R7990
- From CPT to Milan: from R7694
- From CPT to Barcelona: from R7505
- From CPT to Vienna: from R7892
- From CPT to Stockholm: from R8498
Some countries have put South Africans on the “restricted travel list” but this list changes frequently so please call Air France-KLM to check, or click here for more information.
The sale is on until 9 November 2020 for travel by 30 June 2021 (*Ts and Cs apply).
Health and Safety measures
Air France-KLM is enforcing strict health and safety measures onboard and at the airport. In-flight safety is more of a priority than ever, and you can be sure that we’ll be doing everything possible to allow you and your passenger to travel in full compliance with the strictest health regulations.
All airlines, including Air France-KLM, are governed by strict civil aviation regulations. Together with Airport and Civil Aviation authorities, Air France-KLM has prepared and implemented new protocols and procedures so that travellers are assured of a safe environment whilst at the Airport and in the air.
For all Air France-KLM flights, worldwide, all passengers are required to wear a face mask for the duration of the flight. Additional hygiene equipment, such as hand sanitizers, are available on board, and the aircraft is thoroughly cleaned and disinfected using suitable cleaning agents.
The air in the cabin is renewed every 3 minutes and HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) filters; these are used to filter 99.9% of the smallest viruses, including the Coronavirus. Crucially, cabin air is not circulated around the aircraft in a way that would allow the virus to reach other passengers. Air is sucked out of the cabin using vents in the floors, passed through the HEPA filters, mixed with fresh air from the outside and injected back in through air outlets and individual vents. This vertical movement of air forms a protective barrier between rows, making it highly unlikely that the virus could pass between passengers.
All Air France-KLM aircraft are equipped with HEPA filters to ensure that cabin air is as safe as it can possibly be.