Vueling launches Shannon-Paris service – Enterprise Traveller

Vueling has launched flights from the western Irish airport Shannon to Paris Orly.

The low-cost provider’s twice-weekly service, which has a flight period of two hours, operates on Mondays and Fridays.

The inaugural flight took off on September 12, with the primary passengers handled to freshly made crêpes and a Parisian-themed cake on the blue, white and red-dressed gate space.

Charlotte Dumesnil, gross sales director of Vueling, stated: 

“We’re delighted to broaden our Irish operations with our first route from Shannon to Paris Orly, constructing on our current Irish connections while additionally providing inbound passengers ease of entry to the West Coast of Eire. This new direct route reinforces Vueling’s curiosity in offering a extra versatile and various proposition for travellers primarily based in Eire.”

Minister of State for Transport, Hildegarde Naughton TD, commented:

“I’m delighted to be right here as we speak at Shannon Airport for Vueling’s inaugural flight from Shannon. A connection to Paris Orly not solely offers vital alternatives for the individuals inside this area, but additionally for inbound site visitors from Paris – additional boosting tourism connections between the mid-west of Eire and Paris.”

The airline just lately introduced plans to launch three new winter-sun routes from Gatwick beginning in December.

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