Air France is doing everything to make sure that you feel comfortable to book and travel during Covid-19, including our 100% flexible rebook policy. Services are subject to be adjusted depending on the Covid-19 situation and we are applying the strictest health measures at every step of your trip.


Update 09 August, 2021, 11:40 AM Paris local time 

Air France has taken note of the government's announcements concerning the implementation of the Health Pass on intra-France flights as from 9 August 2021.

You can find more details about the health pass in France.


Please check below our latest flight schedules

Air France operates 3 weekly flights in Seoul/Incheon-Paris route.

(Update January 20, 2022)
AF264 Paris- Incheon 13:15-08:10+1  Until March 25, 2022: Wednesday, Friday, Sunday
AF264 Paris- Incheon 13:10 - 07:10+1  From March 27 to May 29 : Wednesday, Friday, Sunday
AF267 Incheon-Paris 10:00-14:20  Until March 26, 2022: Monday, Thursday, Saturday
AF267 Incheon-Paris 09:05 – 14:10  From March 28 to May 30 : Monday, Thursday, Saturday
*Schedules for Korean Air codeshare flights will be updated.
*Above schedules are subject to change, please check the immigration bans and restrictions for passengers departing from Korea before booking your flight.

You can check our flight schedules at Flight status and your flight details at My trips.


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Before your departure, please check the entry requirements for your destination country.
*Passengers boarding Air France at Incheon International Airport must present a printed vaccination certificate in English.

Update 2 December, 2021
As of 4 December 2021, the French government has revised the restrictions for travel to France. Please check the details below.

  • Mauritius, Malawi and Zambia are removed from "orange countries" and become "red countries".

  • Bostwana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe have very restrictive travel conditions.

  1. PCR < 48h or Antigen test <24 for all customers(vaccinated or not)
  2. Compelling reasons for all customers(vaccinated or not)
  3. Current conditions when travelling from a red country for non vaccinated customers (test upon arrival, and 10 days quarantine) remain applicable.

  • All non vaccinated customers from European Union member, Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland, and the Vatican must present a PCR test or antigen test < 24h before departure to France.

  • All customers (vaccinated or not) coming from a country not listed above*(classified green, orange or red) must present a PCR test or antigen test < 48h before departure to France.

Regardless of the country of departure, all customers(vaccinated or not) will also have to present a sworn statement attesting that they agree to be tested upon their arrival in France. This statement will be available on the France authorities' website.

*For transit passengers n Paris, please check the entry condition of the final destination in TravelDoc.
*Travel restrictions for each countries may change at any time according to the Covid-19 situation. Please check all necessary information via the official websites before departure. 

France government official website
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in France


Update 17 January, 2022             
1) Passengers are not allowed to enter: Passengers who have been in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa or Zimbabwe, Nigeria in the past 14 days are not permitted to enter Korea (South) or not permitted to transit thru Korea (South).             

This does not apply to:
  • nationals of Korea (South)             
  • passengers who are holding an A-1 or A-2 visa issued by Korea.              
  • Long-term foreign residents with re-entry permit to Korea (South)             
  • Passengers who made transit only, without entering, thru those countries.             

They must quarantine for 10 days at a government facility upon arrival.            
2)Required documents for Covid-19 : All passengers entering Korea on flights arriving after 00:00, 20 January, 2022 must have a PCR negative test result taken within 48 hours(2 days) before departure (Passengers entering before 20 January are required to present PCR negative test result taken within 72 hours before departure).

  • Children under 6 years of age if all accompanying persons present negative result            
  • Passengers subject to exemption from quarantine for humanitarian reasons and purpose of overseas business trips for official duties and transit passengers            

3)Quarantine regulations in South Korea: 10 days quarantine for all travelers on arrival regardless of nationality and vaccination status.  Korean nationalities and foreigners on long-term stay will be allowed to quarantine at home while foreigners on short-term stay will have to be quarantined at a temporary facility at their own cost. This 10 days quarantine will be effective until 3 February, 24:00 local time.             

For more information: Visit to Korean Disease Control and Prevention Agency for more information.


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