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Air France confirms Cambodia route

Air France confirms Cambodia route

AIR France will operate a new service between Phnom Penh and Paris-Charles de Gaulle from March 27 next year, according to a press release. The three weekly flights between Phnom Penh and Paris will fly via Bangkok. The carrier’s regional general manager Luc Delaplace said last week it demonstrated “confidence in the economic potential in Cambodia”. It ends a 35-year hiatus on the connection – service stopped in 1975 after the Khmer Rouge came to power.

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