ASL Airlines France will launch a direct flight between Paris and Belgrade on June 24th, 2019, with two flights a week, on Mondays and Thursdays from Charles de Gaulle Airport, Terminal 3.
The service will be seasonal and last until September 5th, 2019, it was said at today’s press conference in Belgrade, where the company’s representatives announced the launch.
Jean-Francois Dominiak, the Director General of ASL Airlines France, says that the demand is at its peak in the summer and that their company will provide a good, but cheaper service than other companies with the view of increasing the travel and business exchange between the two countries.
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The airline will use solely Boeings 737-700 planes with 147 economy class seats.
ASL Airlines France is a part of the ASL Aviation Group, based in Dublin, Ireland. The Group comprises five airlines from Europe, engaged in passenger and cargo transport, and has a fleet of 140 planes.
The ticket from Belgrade to Paris will be EUR 69 and will include all the relevant fees, 10kg of hand luggage, the option to choose the seat online and the in-flight entertainment system. The ticket from Paris to Belgrade costs EUR 99 due to the French fees.
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