French bee

The New York-Paris axis attracts the appetite of French airlines. After Corsair, low-cost long-haul carrier French bee announced Thursday (September 12th) the opening of a connection between Paris Orly and Newark. It will go into service on June 10, 2020, but the tickets will go on sale from September 18.

This connection will be provided by a new Airbus A350-900 with one flight per day (departure from Orly Terminal 4 at 14h local time – arrival in Newark at 16:15 local time, departure from Newark at 18:15 – arrival at Orly at 07:30 the next day). The aircraft will be equipped with new technologies that will reduce noise and renew more frequently the air in the cabin in particular.

Brand of Groupe Dubreuil, a company whose activities range from car dealerships to hotels and solar panels, French bee opened last year flights between Paris and San Francisco and San Francisco and Papeete with the ambition to strengthen in the airline sector. On the Paris-Papeete line, the company prides itself "To be is the 2nd largest air carrier with nearly 35% of market share, she says in a statement. As for the Papeete-San Francisco section, the company now holds a 10% share of a market that has grown by 30%".


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