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Old May 5th, 2013, 02:35 PM   #61
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Unless you tell me AirCalin codeshares with Air France
It does.

And on routes to Australia, Air France codeshares with China Southern. Air France also codeshared with Qantas, but the codesharing agreement ended in April due to the alliance between Qantas and Emirates. Air France has signed a deal wih Etihad Airways and will now codeshare with Etihad Airways on routes to Australia.
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Old May 5th, 2013, 03:23 PM   #62
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On the Air France website I can book tickets between Paris and 12 destinations in Oceania:
- Nouméa
- Sydney
- Melbourne
- Brisbane
- Adelaide
- Cairns
- Darwin
- Auckland
- Port Moresby
- Papeete
- Honolulu
- Kahului

For example you can fly from Paris to Darwin with a codeshare agreement between AF and Jetstar, with one stopover in Singapore. You can fly from Paris to Port Moresby with a codeshare agreement between AF and Air Niugini (the national airline of Papua-New Guinea, which signed a codeshare agreement with Air France in 2011), with one stopover in Singapore. You can fly from Paris to Kahului with a codeshare agreement between AF and Delta, with one stopover in either LA or Minneapolis.

For other destinations in the Pacific, you'll have to buy another ticket from either Nouméa, Papeete, or Honolulu. For example if you wanna fly to Port Vila (Vanuatu) or Suva (Fiji), you'll have first to buy an AF/Aircalin ticket from Paris to Nouméa (with a stopover in either Narita, Kansai, or Seoul), and then buy a second ticket on Aircalin from Nouméa to Port Vila or Suva.

The only permanently inhabited French territory that is not directly reachable from Paris is Wallis and Futuna. You'll have to fly first to Nouméa, then buy a ticket on Aircalin from Nouméa to Wallis. The outer islands of French Polynesia are also not directly reachable from Paris, so if you wanna fly to, say, the Marquesas, you'll have to fly first to Papeete, then buy a ticket on Air Tahiti from Papeete to the Marquesas.
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