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Air France launches its new Paris - Oran route

Posted 26 September 2016 · Add Comment

On 25 September 2016, Air France officially launched its new route between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Oran in Algeria.

 Since 27 July 2016, Air France has been offering its customers a new service between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Oran. Three weekly flights connect the two cities by Airbus A320 which seats 174 passengers, departing on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

In addition, on departure from Oran, Air France customers benefit from optimized onward connections to Air France's entire medium- and long-haul network from its hub at Paris-Charles de Gaulle.
 
Air France-KLM in Algeria
Thanks to this new service, the Group now offers up to 32 weekly flights, three routes and two destinations in Algeria with its airlines Air France and
Transavia:
- 3 weekly flights from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Oran, operated by Air France;
- 27 weekly flights from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Algiers, operated by Air France;
- 2 weekly flights from Lyon to Algiers, operated by Transavia;
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