Paris (Orly) low-cost airline and flight news
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August 4th, 2010
Ryanair are due to make Seville their 44th base in Europe this winter. They have announced 10 new routes from Seville including flights to Eindhoven, Bari, Venice (Treviso), Zagreb, Palma, Valencia, Santiago de Compostela, Paris (Orly) and Marseille.
January 23rd, 2010
Vueling, the Spanish low-cost airline, will begin flights to the newly opened airport at Lleida. From February they will operate flights to Lleida from Palma and Paris (Orly) (later these will move to Paris (Charles de Gaulle)). The flights are on sale now at www.vueling.com.
January 12th, 2010
easyJet have continued to launch new routes for 2010 with an announcement of 21 new routes. These include the following flights:
- Bristol to Dalaman, Bodrum and Heraklion
- Liverpool to Bodrum
- London (Stansted) to Bodrum, Dalaman, Split and Dubrovnik
- Amsterdam to Prague
- Geneva to Faro, Heraklion and Brindisi
- Paris (Charles de Gaulle) to Palma, Split, Prague, Malaga and Toulouse
- Rome (Fiumicino) to Malta and Nice
- Milan (Malpensa) to Mahon
- Paris (Orly) to Venice (Marco Polo)
This brings to 70 the total number of new routes that easyJet have announced to be launched in 2010.
September 30th, 2009
February 25th, 2009
Dutch low-cost airline Transavia have announced three new routes from their Paris (Orly) and Copenhagen bases. From 12 April 2009 they will begin flying from Paris (Orly) to Olbia. They will also launch routes from Copenhagen to Athens (from 24 May) and Alghero (from 23 June). All three routes can be booked now at www.transavia.com.
February 15th, 2009
easyJet have put 13 new routes on sale across their European network. These include: London (Gatwick) to Munich, Vienna, Zurich and Bodrum, Manchester to Dalaman, Lyon to Pisa, Paris (Orly) to Dubrovnik and Faro, Milan (Malpensa) to Heraklion, Rhodos, Dubrovnik and Split and Berlin (Schoenefeld) to Cagliari.
February 1st, 2009
December 18th, 2008
Norwegian Air Shuttle will launch a large number of new routes from Copenhagen, replacing the collapsed airline Sterling, most beginning at the end of March 2009. They will launch routes to Amsterdam, Budapest, Edinburgh, London (Gatwick), Faro, Heraklion, Krakow, Palma, Paris (Orly), Pisa, Prague and Split.
December 11th, 2008
September 28th, 2008
June 21st, 2008
Spanish low-cost airline clickair will relocate their Bilbao to Paris (Charles de Gaulle) route from Paris (Charles de Gaulle) to Paris (Orly) instead. This change will take effect from 01 September 2008.
June 7th, 2008
Air Berlin have put on sale flights, operating immediately until the end of the summer season, from Erfurt to Tenerife (Sur). They have also put a new route on sale from their Berlin (Tegel) base to Paris (Orly), which begins on 01 November 2008. Both routes can be booked now at www.airberlin.com.
Although Ryanair have made it known that they intend to ground some of their fleet this winter due to the high cost of oil, they have just announced details of 40 new routes that they will begin flying this winter. The new routes begin from the end of October 2008, and include:
- Bremen to Fuerteventura, Gothenburg (Saeve), Marrakech and Tenerife (Sur)
- Bournemouth to Milan (Orio al Serio) and Paris (Orly)
- Bristol to Gdansk, Marrakech and Szczecin
- Brussels (Charleroi) to Fez, Gdansk, Manchester, Marrakech, Riga, Tangier and Wroclaw
- Frankfurt (Hahn) to Birmingham, Klagenfurt and Prague
- Glasgow (Prestwick) to Faro, Malaga and Tenerife (Sur)
- London (Luton) to Beziers, Derry, Kaunas, Rzeszow, Szczecin and Trapani
- Madrid to London (Stansted) and Milan (Orio al Serio)
- Marseille to Agadir, Brest, Lille, Nador and Tangier
- Milan (Orio al Serio) to Berlin (Schoenefeld), Bournemouth, Brindisi, Fez, Ibiza and Madrid
May 31st, 2008
Ryanair will begin flying 14 new routes for the winter season, beginning on 27 October 2008. These new routes include:
March 17th, 2008
Volareweb have 15 new routes launching over the next few months from their Milan (Malpensa) base. These include flights launching in April 2008 to Athens, Brindisi, Krakow, Malaga, Malta, Lamezia-Terme, Paris (Orly), Valencia and Warsaw. From July they will also add flights to Heraklion, Ibiza, Olbia, Palma and Rhodos.
All of these flights are available for booking at www.volareweb.com.
March 4th, 2008
January 30th, 2008
Transavia will launch two new French routes from 12 April 2008 from their Amsterdam base to Bergerac and Montpellier. From the end of March they will also launch flights from their Rotterdam base to Paris (Orly). Visit www.transavia.com for booking information.
November 15th, 2007
Transavia have put two weekly winter flights on sale from their Paris (Orly) base to the Canary Islands. From mid-December 2007, they will fly from Paris (Orly) to Las Palmas and Tenerife (Sur) for the winter season. These flights are available to book now at www.transavia.com.
November 6th, 2007
September 16th, 2007
Transavia will begin flying to the Moroccan west-coast resort of Essaouira this winter. Bringing low-cost flights to Essaouira for the first time, they will fly there from Paris (Orly). Flights, which will operate three times per week from 01 December 2007, can be booked now at www.transavia.com.
July 22nd, 2007
April 26th, 2007
Transavia will begin flying from Paris (Orly) this summer. They will begin flying routes from 12 May 2007 (to Oporto), with further expansion during the summer to include flights to Catania, Palermo, Girona, Agadir, OUJ and Heraklion. Flights can be booked now at www.transavia.com.
March 28th, 2007
Air Berlin have put a number of new routes on sale for the coming months. These include:
- Munich to Dresden, Cologne-Bonn, Bremen, Muenster and Paris (Orly)
- Dusseldorf to Dresden, Nuremberg and Berlin (Tegel)
- Berlin (Tegel) to Cologne-Bonn, Karlsruhe-Baden, Nuremberg, Frankfurt (International) and Stuttgart
- Hamburg (Fuhlsbuettel) to Nuremberg and Leipzig to Lamezia-Terme.
All of these flights can be booked now at www.airberlin.com.
March 14th, 2007
Transavia, the Dutch low-cost airline, will begin flying from Oporto to Paris (Orly). They will fly twice per day on this route from 12 May 2007. This announcement appears surprising, given that they do not currently fly to either airport. Flights can be booked already at www.transavia.com.
March 7th, 2007
December 19th, 2006
Despite only being a short distance from their Bratislava base, Central European low-cost airline Sky Europe will open a base at Vienna from 25 March 2007. Traditionally, Vienna has been ignored by many low-cost airlines due to the high landing fees that airlines must pay to fly there.
From March 2007, Sky Europe will fly from Vienna to Barcelona, Amsterdam, Brussels (International), Paris (Orly), Nice, Venice (Treviso), Florence, Rimini, Bucharest (Baneasa), Sofia, Athens, Thessaloniki, Larnaca, Zadar, Dubrovnik and Split.
December 12th, 2006
easyJet have put three new routes on sale including London (Gatwick) to Palermo (starting 18 June 2007) and Pisa (from 03 April), and also from Athens to Paris (Orly) (from 04 May). These flights are available to book from today.
October 24th, 2006
Iceland Express will increase the number of flights they offer to their Reykjavik base from next summer. They will add six new routes to Reykjavik including flights from Bergen, Oslo (International), Paris (Orly), Basel, Eindhoven and Billund. Flights can be booked now for summer 2007.
September 16th, 2006
clickair, the new Spanish low-cost airline partially owned by Iberia – the national carrier of Spain, have put their first flights on sale. The flights, commencing 01 October 2006, include routes from Barcelona (their primary base) to Seville, Geneva, Zurich, and Lisbon. They will also fly from Seville to Paris (Orly). In November, they will launch flights from Valencia to Paris (Orly) and Rome (Fiumicino).
June 29th, 2006
March 17th, 2006
Air France operate on this route to Corsica under a “Public Service Obligation”, and as such, the French CAA would not allow a second airline to operate on this route.
March 9th, 2006
Norwegian Air Shuttle will begin flying from their Oslo (International) base to St. Petersburg from the beginning of May 2006. This follows the announcement last week that Germanwings would begin flying to St. Petersburg.
March 7th, 2006
They will fly from London (Gatwick) to Split, their second destination in Croatia – announced just a week after the first. From London (Luton) they will begin flying to Bordeaux and Rimini. easyJet are also planning a major expansion at Edinburgh – their first new route will be a weekly service to Alicante.
March 1st, 2006
February 14th, 2006
Sky Europe will make Prague their next hub airport. They will launch 7 routes from Prague from 10 April 2006. These will include flights to Amsterdam, Paris (Orly), Milan (Orio al Serio), Barcelona, Naples, Nice and Rome (Fiumicino).
August 26th, 2005
They will operate 2 flights per day on this route from 12 September 2005.
July 27th, 2005
In addition to the previously announced route to Poprad (Tatry), SkyEurope have announced routes between Salzburg and Barcelona, Manchester and Warsaw and between Innsbrook and Paris (Orly) and Amsterdam.
These flights are available to book for the winter 05/06 season.
July 12th, 2005
March 1st, 2005
November 24th, 2004
Today, Ryanair have announced that they will launch 1 new route between Venice (Treviso) and Paris (Beauvais) (a launch date is not yet clear), which will become the 65th international route into or out of Italy operated by Ryanair. In addition, they have increased frequency on many other routes previously operated by Volareweb.
In addition, they are in talks with all of the airports previously used by Volareweb.
September 23rd, 2004
SkyEurope are due to commence flying a new route from Krakow to Paris on 30 September 2004. They had originally intended to fly to Paris (Orly) but have now moved the flight to Paris (Charles de Gaulles) for ‘operational reasons’.
August 10th, 2004
Central-European based SkyEurope have announced that their next new base will be Krakow. With this, SkyEurope’s second base in Poland, they are adamant that expansion into Poland is the way to go, and they anticipate further expansion in the future.
They will begin flying from Krakow on 30 September 2004, initially to 5 destinations across Europe. The destinations include Amsterdam, Paris (Orly), London (Stansted), Milan (Orio Al Serio) and Rome (Fiumicino).
The new routes are on sale now.
July 17th, 2004
easyJet have begun the sale of their winter timetable in stages, this includes a number of new routes not previously announced. These new routes include Bristol and Newcastle to Geneva and Rome (Ciampino), Geneva to Alicante, Madrid and Rome (Ciampino), and Paris (Orly) to Madrid.
These routes begin in November 2004 and are on sale now (up until the end of March 2004), with more to be released.