Air France Contact Number UK

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0843 557 3653

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Air France is the flag carrier airline for France, with its main hubs based in Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris Orly Airport. You may find that you want to speak to a customer service team member about a future flight or a past experience.

Other Air France Contact Numbers:

Air France Phone Number
Head Office  0843 557 3653
Air France Complaints  0843 557 3653
Customer Services  0843 557 3653

Air France Opening Hours

Department Opening Hours
Customer Service 8:30am-11:30pm, 7 days a week

Air France Head Office Address

Department Address
Head Office Air France Ltd
45, rue de Paris
95 747 Roissy CDG Cedex

Who Can Ring The Air France Contact Number?

Anyone with questions about Air France’s services can benefit from the Air France Phone Number. These could include:

    • How does the online booking system work?
    • Can I cancel my flight?
    • What payment methods are accepted?
    • How do I change my flight details?
    • Why can’t I see my flight details online?

Can I Use My Electronic Devices On My Flight?
What Do I Do If I Have Left An Item On An Air France Plane?
Does Air France Offer A Loyalty Scheme?
Which terminal do Air France fly from at Manchester Airport?
When was Air France founded?

Booking with Air France

Air France Flight Contact NumberBooking a flight with Air France is simple and easy. Simply head on over to the Air France tickets page and type in your preferred destination. On this page you can also use your air miles to purchase tickets. Once you have selected your destination, the amount of people travelling, and the class in which you would like to travel, you will see a list of available flights to you at this time. From here, you can add flights to your basket and purchase them.

Your booking with Air France

You can easily view your booking online with Air France. All you need is your booking reference number, which you were given once you booked your tickets through Air France, and your last name. Once you have entered these details you will be able to see your booking. Alternatively, you may have created an account with Air France when you booked your flight. To log in to your account, simply enter your email address and the password you made when creating the account. If you have forgotten this password, there is a forgotten password link on the site. If you cannot see this option, ring the number above and we will put you through to a member of staff at the Air France Head Office, who will be able to process your query further and enable you to access your account.

Air France Baggage Allowance

Your hand luggage with air France must not exceed 55 x 35 x 25 cm / 21.7 x 13.8 x 9.9. If you would like to check the size of your bag, Air France do have measuring baskets near their check in desks at all of their airport locations. Your hand luggage must also not exceed 18kg. If you are checking in luggage with Air France, you will need to check how much weight you are allowed to take on board with you before your flight. This ensures you are not charged extra, or your bag is not allowed. You can check to see your luggage allowance on this dedicated Air France Page.

Air France FAQ’s

Most of the customers who use the Air France Contact Number ask very similar kinds of questions.  Here are a few of them:

Can I Use My Electronic Devices On My Flight?

There are special conditions for the use of electronic devices on Air France flights. These will vary depending on the devices and type of aircraft, but generally:

  • Electronic device such as mobile phones and tablets can only be used if flight mode has been activated. They cannot be used during taxi, take off and landing. The same conditions apply to laptops and other large carry on electronic devices.
  • If you have an electronic device that doesn’t have an airplane mode option, it must remain switched off throughout the flight.
  • Other types of electronic devices, like portable music players, handheld game consoles and so on can be used during the flight, permitting that they do not emit a Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or any other type of data transmitting signal.

What Do I Do If I Have Left An Item On An Air France Plane?

If you have lost an item on an Air France flight or in an Air France airport lounge, you will need to report it to the Air France Lost and Found Services.

If you have lost an item within the vicinity of the airport, you will need to find their lost and found department.

Does Air France Offer A Loyalty Scheme?

Yes, it is known as Flying Blue. You collect miles from your flights that can be exchanged for a range of things, including:

  • Flights
  • Upgrades
  • Extra baggage
  • Technology products
  • Holidays

Which terminal do Air France fly from at Manchester Airport?

Air France fly from Terminal 3 at Manchester Airport.

When was Air France founded?

Air France was founded 1933 as a merger of four major airline in France. The joint venture built high prospects, and the company still thrives in today’s economy.

If you have any further queries, you should call the Air France Customer Services team where there will be someone who can help you.

More Details About Air France

Air France was founded in October 1933, from a merger of Air Orient, Air Union, Compagnie Générale Aéropostale, Compagnie Internationale de Navigation Aérienne (also known as CIDNA) and Société Générale des Transports Aériens (also known by the abbreviation SGTA).

The company headquarters are found in Tremblay-en-France, which is north of Paris. The company is now a subsidiary of the Air France-KLM Group as well as being a founding member of the SkyTeam global airline alliance. It has a fleet size of 245 aircraft’s that serve over 200 destinations as well as just under 70,000 members of staff.

Below is a recent video added to the Air France Youtube channel. For more videos from Air France, click through the video below and you will be re-directed to the Air France youtube account.

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