Vueling will offer 69 routes from France this summer

More than ever, the Spanish company Vueling, a subsidiary of the IAG group, is positioning itself as Transavia’s main low-cost competitor in Paris and the rest of the French province. The carrier will offer for the summer season a total of 69 routes departing from France, with 54 direct routes departing from the two Parisian airports and 15 routes departing from provincial airports (Nantes, Nice, Lyon, Bordeaux, Marseille, Bastia)

Departing from Orly, Vueling will thus offer connections to Germany (Hamburg, Leipzig-Halle, Nuremberg), Denmark (Copenhagen and Billund), Egypt (Alexandria), Spain (Lanzarote, Malaga, Barcelona, Fuerteventura, Granada, Ibiza, La Coruña, Menorca, Asturias, Palma de Mallorca, Santander, Tenerife, Valencia, Jerez, Zaragoza, Santa Cruz de la Palma), Ireland (Dublin and Cork), Italy (Bergamo, Bologna , Bari, Rome, Florence, Genoa, Turin, Milan), Malta (Valletta), Morocco (Agadir, Tangier), Portugal (Lisbon, Porto), Czech Republic (Prague), Sweden (Stockholm, Gothenburg), the United Kingdom (Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, Newcastle), Norway (Bergen), Croatia (Split). The Spanish company also operates flights to Alicante, Barcelona, ​​Bilbao, Gran Canaria, Santiago de Compostela and Seville from Paris CDG.

Vueling also operates four services departing from Nantes (Malaga, Barcelona, ​​Palma, Seville), one service departing from Nice (Barcelona), three services departing from Lyon (Malaga, Barcelona, ​​Palma), two services departing from Bordeaux ( Barcelona, ​​Palma), four connections departing from Marseille (Malaga, Barcelona, ​​Palma, Algiers), one connection departing from Bastia (Barcelona). Across its entire network, Vueling offers a set of 330 connections, including 224 internationally, with strong development at Orly and London-Gatwick, with a level almost similar to that of 2019.

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