Low-cost airline Transavia France has presented its summer report as well as its flight offering between France and Algeria for the autumn/winter 2022 season.
The Air France Group subsidiary specializing in low-cost flights is reinforcing its flight program and was able to transport more than 100,000 passengers in July and August between the two countries with Nantes – Algiers, Lyon – Oran, and Orly – Algiers routes being the most popular. The load factor of its 189-seat Boeing 737-800s even reached 93% in July.
“Since the authorizations issued by the Algerian authorities, we have significantly reinforced our flight program to Algeria to meet the strong demand. I would like to thank the 100,000 passengers who trusted us during the major holidays. With now a flight offers almost back to that of before the crisis, we are committed to keeping our promise ‘make low cost feel good’ by offering attractive prices for trips this fall/winter,” said Nicolas Hénin, Deputy General Manager Sales and Marketing for Transavia France, in a press release.
Passengers can already plan their next vacation from the company’s 4 French bases.
• Béjaïa (new): up to 1 flight per day – first flight on
• Algiers: up to 4 flights per day
• Constantine: up to 5 flights per week
• Oran: up to 2 flights per day
• Tlemcen: up to 4 flights per week
• Algiers: up to 5 flights per week
From Lyon-Saint Exupéry:
• Constantine (new): up to 2 flights per week
• Algiers: up to 1 flight per day
• Oran: up to 2 flights per week
ASL Airlines France 4 destinations in Algeria this winter
Meanwhile, ASL Airlines France has launched sales for its 2022/2023 winter schedule, with nearly 30 weekly rotations between four French cities and the airports of Algiers, Annaba, Bejaia, and Oran.
From October 30, 2022, the French company’s winter flight program is characterized by the strengthening of its service to Algiers-Houari Boumediene airport, with in particular a twice-daily service from its base in Paris-CDG.
— ASL Airlines France (@ASLAirlinesFr) August 24, 2022
The Algerian capital will also be served from Lyon-Saint Exupéry up to six times a week (every day except Sunday), from Lille-Lesquin three times a week (Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday), and from Bâle-Mulhouse on Sunday.
ASL Airlines France also connects Paris-CDG to Annaba-Rabah Bit airport with up to 2 weekly rotations (Friday, Sunday), and Bejaia-Soummam Abane Ramdane with up to 3 weekly rotations (Monday, Thursday, and Saturday).
Additionally, Oran-Ahmed Ben Bella will be entitled next winter to a flight every Tuesday from Lille.
“After a summer marked by high demand and tickets that were sometimes difficult to find, this new winter program is good news for our customers,” said Éric Vincent, Commercial and Program Director, in a press release.
“This is the first time in two years that ASL Airlines France has offered so many flights each week between France and Algeria, and this will allow all our passengers who have not yet been able to travel to Algeria after the crisis Covid, and to all those who are used to going there often, to find more choice at very attractive prices”.
All flights will be carried out in compliance with the health rules in force. Reservations are currently open.
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