Air France’s City Jet launches London routes

Starting on 26 March 2007, CityJet for Air France will be offering 10 routes out of London City including eight new ones: Geneva, Madrid, Milan Linate, Nice, Zurich and in cooperation with ScotAirways: Belfast Harbour Airport, Dundee and Edinburgh. CityJet for Air France, is first and foremost the largest network out of London City airport with close to 70 daily flights, mainly operated with Avro RJ 85 aircraft seating 95 passengers.

These routes will be in addition to existing Air France services operated by CityJet out of London City: Paris-Orly (6 daily flights) and Dublin (5 daily flights).

CityJet for Air France, is also an exclusive product with a very short check-in time of 10 minutes (at London City Airport) and a wide-range of e-services in a small but very convenient airport which makes travel easy for customers. 

” CityJet for Air France is an important milestone. We are pleased to underline our commitment to London City where we have had a presence for many years while simultaneously pursuing our development with our revamped fleet “, said Geoffrey O’Byrne White, CityJet CEO.
Etienne Rachou, Air France Senior Vice President of Europe and North Africa,  added : “We are providing our business clientele with a hitherto unknown service, access to a network straight from the heart of London with all the benefits and services the Air France Group has to offer. In this way we are strengthening our position as leader in this market”.
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