Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 First-ish Trip To UK Itinerary Suggestions?
  2. 2 Swiss Alps in the Spring-Some Questions
  3. 3 Itinerary Tweaking
  4. 4 Lyon and Paris (and Provence vs Dijon?)
  5. 5 Road Trip From Frankfurt
  6. 6 Amalfi Coast help
  7. 7 days and times when museums and suchlike close
  8. 8 Life on the Farm Draws Some French
  9. 9 kimhe or others - flamenco rec in Sevilla?
  10. 10 family holiday Rome&Venice
  11. 11 Itinerary Help
  12. 12 Scandinavia in mid-March 2.5 weeks
  13. 13 House Hunting in France
  14. 14 Itinerary help for first trip to Greece
  15. 15 Help with Tuscany villa that is a walk to town/restaurants
  16. 16 Tuscany Day Trip Ideas?
  17. 17 Dolomites to Switzerland or Austria? Can't decide!
  18. 18 If you had to choose one......
  19. 19 Portugal--Lisbon, Douro, Porto
  20. 20 Portugal and Spain itinerary help!
  21. 21 Need help with itinerary & trains
  22. 22 Trip Report Ger's Trip to Rome & Bologna
  23. 23 Scotland better in July or Aug/Sept?
  24. 24 UK in July -- early planning stages
  25. 25 Portugal with large family
View next 25 » Back to the top

Paris to Los Angeles non-stop Air France or Delta?

Jump to last reply

I am flying Paris to LA in a few months time and because I am transporting my cat back (in the cabin) with me to the US, I prefer to fly non-stop if possible. In the past, I have hated flying Air France. I live in Paris and dread taking Air France even for regional flights because their staff are rude, they are really lousy at customer service and I can't help but think that they are going to be horrible for 12 hours straight!

I usually fly United internationally, but they have supended their non-stop CDG LAX flight.

I notice that Delta flies this route as well-however, some flights are marked operated by Air France. So, I am wondering if anyone has flown this route lately on either Air France or Delta and how the flights were-was the Delta flight really Delta or was it Air France equipment and crew? Any information would be appreciated.

Linda

9 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement