This is an expected maturity for the air traffic in France, a synonym for gradual recovery. In fact, starting this Monday, June 15, several companies have sent their planes. This is for example the case of Transavia, a subsidiary low-cost airline of Air France, which is reviving some of its lines in the territory. A date that coincides with the progressive reopening of the French borders with the Schengen area.read also : The air transport starts to pick up again slowly in France
Will be re-opened as of Monday, the Nantes-Lisbon or Lyon-Lisbon, for example. Ditto for some of the flights to Porto. No flights will take off, in contrast to Paris, for the moment, because Transavia take off from paris-Orly airport, which will reopen its doors on Friday, June 26. For easyJet also, and some lines re-opened this Monday. Paris Charles-de-Gaulle-Nice, 5 flights a week, Paris-Toulouse, 3 flights Bordeaux-Geneva at a rate of 4 flights per week, or from Nantes to Geneva, at the rate of 5 flights per week, will resume the service. A limited service, well below the standards of those companies, which, however, gradually recover and respond to a low demand.Prepare the re-opening of Orly
At easyJet as at Transavia, this smooth return will be accompanied by strict sanitary measures. Cabins disinfected, masks are mandatory during the ride, distancing physical, to the extent possible... "recommendations dedicated to airports indicate that additional measures may also be taken in the terminal buildings, such as the wearing of masks, the forms of self-declaration of health to fill out before the start or the temperature control of passengers," added easyJet in a statement at the end of may.
For its part, Transavia ensures that his recovery is "adapted to the sanitary conditions existing," and that it responds in priority to the needs of travellers to family related reasons".
in addition, for the restart of Orly, expected in a little over 10 days, on the 26th of June, operators will be required to submit tomorrow, Monday latest time a flight program is complete and reliable. The reopening of the paris Orly airport will therefore enable other companies, such as Air Caribbean and French bee, to resume long-haul flights to their main destinations, namely Guadeloupe, Martinique, French Guiana or Reunion. Transavia, which is also off its aircraft parisian Orly airport, then will see new lines opening.
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