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Aigle Azur increases flights to Algeria

Posted 9 April 2013 · Add Comment

Aigle Azur Airline is broadening its service to Algeria by offering new connections and additional frequencies. The company has added additional flights from four major French cities – Paris, Marseille, Lyon and Toulouse.

There are now 35 flights per week from Paris to Algiers, with 10 from Paris to Oran (with one new flight from Charles De Gaulle Airport).

Marseille to Algiers has risen to 11 weekly flights, Marseille – Oran to a daily service and Marseille – Constantine to five weekly flights.

Lyon to Setif has five weekly flights and Lyon – Béjaïa has re-opened with two rotations per week.

Toulouse to Algiers is up to three weekly flights.

In addition, Aigle Azur has programmed frequencies to more evenly distribute services to different airports in east and west Algeria allowing passengers to reach major French and Algerian cities seven days a week.

 

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