Passengers from Indonesia will now have a new way to the Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airport. French carrier Air France-KLM will be operating a flight that will go to Paris via Kuala Lampur. On Monday, Air France-KLM country manager Dirk Buitelaar said that the new flights will begin in April of 2013 and will allow for a unique connection for passengers from Indonesia. He adds that the airline currently operates the Amsterdam-Jakarta route via Kuala Lampur and this will meet the Paris flight in Kuala Lampur.
This means that Indonesian passengers who wish to fly to Paris can do so by flying from Jakarta to Kuala Lampur and then switch flights to connect to Paris. KLM also flies the Amsterdam-Denpasar route via Singapore and Air France flies from Singapore. KLM is the world's oldest airline and in 2004 they merged with Air France.
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