AIR FRANCE is to expand its Paris CDG-San José route. It will operate a total of three weekly frequencies to the Costa Rican capital this winter, with flights departing on Monday, Thursday and Saturday. Then from April next year the route will move to a year-round service for the first time. During the 2018 summer season the carrier will offer a twice-weekly frequency, with flights departing on Wednesday and Sunday. Air France customers also have the option of flying to San José via Panama City, with the Panama-San Jose leg of the journey operated by codeshare partner Copa Air Lines. ANA’S select flights on the Hong Kong to Tokyo Haneda, Tokyo Narita, Osaka and Nagoya routes will have new in-flight menus designed by chefs from the Kowloon and Island Shangri-La hotels in Hong Kong. In September, a menu designed solely by Summer Palace (Island Shangri-La) will be available, followed by one created by Shang Palace (Kowloon Shangri-La) throughout November. KLM has launched a new map of Amsterdam Schiphol, to help travellers locate facilities within the airport. The map is available via the carrier’s Apple mobile app (as well as on KLM’s Messenger, Twitter and WeChat services). It shows the user’s location as a dot on the floor plan, helping them to locate nearby facilities including check-in desks, gates, lounges and transfer desks, as well as other airport facilities such as toilets, workspaces and meditation areas.