Angers has confirmed that its flights to London are permanent

Angers Airport: The Line to London Becomes Permanent

Mayor of Angers announces flights to and from Angers Airport to London permanent… The Angers-London line, launched in May 2015, becomes permanent. That’s what has just announced Friday morning the Mayor of Angers Christophe Béchu. The flights to London, flying from Angers Airport, provided by British Airways, was launched in May 2015. At that time, it was […]

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Easyjet have announced two new routes from Nantes

EasyJet will Open Two New Routes at Nantes in 2016

The low-cost airline will offer from next year flights to Bristol and Lisbon. For twenty years, the British low cost airline has been a specialist in offering low cost flights and the company have just announced the opening of 30 new routes to and from France from next year. The Nantes-Atlantique airport is not outdone […]

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easyjet is to offer four new destinations from the airport in Bordeaux

Bordeaux: The Easyjet airline Announces Four New Destinations in 2016

The budget airline service will now include Berlin from March 27th, 2016 … The Easy Jet airline announced today, Tuesday it will serve four new destinations from Bordeaux in 2016.  This is Barcelona, ​​Berlin, Marseille and Venice. “With these four new routes this year, we wanted to meet the expectations of Bordeaux in the long […]

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Low cost spanish airline Volotea will install a base in Toulouse

Toulouse: With the arrival of Volotea, airport boosts its low-cost offering

The low-cost Spanish airline installs a base in the City, with 25 employees recruited locally … After Air France and easyJet, Volotea has announced this week, the establishment of a base in Toulouse. And the launch of four new destinations from Blagnac Airport. For the Spanish low-cost airline, is the fourth establishment in France which […]

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Prices of tickets will fall 10% -15% over next 2 years

Ryanair: Prices of air tickets will drop from 10% to 15% in the next two years

ECONOMY: The CEO of Ryanair stated in an interview with “JDD” published on Sunday … Prices of flights offered by Ryanair will go down “from 10% to 15% over at least the next two years,” thanks to the recent fall in oil prices, according to the CEO of the Irish company. “In 2016 the average ticket should […]

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