The company Vueling plans to launch for the very first time two direct air links from its Paris-Orly base to Morocco.
The Spanish low-cost is preparing to launch 32 new routes at Paris-Orly airport to 10 countries for a total of 54 all-season destinations from November 2, reports Air Journal. Vueling will therefore offer flights to Agadir and Tangier (Morocco), Hamburg, Leipzig and Nuremberg (Germany), Bergen (Norway), Gothenburg and Stockholm (Sweden), Dublin and Cork (Ireland) and Malta at Paris-Orly airport. . The Spanish company plans to launch five new connections from Paris-Orly airport to Italy to the airports of Milan (Bergamo), Bologna, Turin, Genoa and Bari, which will be added to the three airports already served by Rome. (Fiumicino), Florence and Milan (Malpensa), it is specified.
Vueling will launch six new direct connections from Paris-Orly to Cardiff, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle and Belfast airports. With the existing flight between the French airport and London Gatwick), the number of routes has reached 7. The low cost Spanish will operate flights to a new route, Billund (Denmark). It already serves Copenhagen.
The Spanish company also plans to launch 20 direct connections to Spain, including five new ones with the airports of Jerez, Asturias, Santander, Granada and Zaragoza for the winter season 2021-2022. The other 15 destinations are: Barcelona, Menorca, Mallorca, Ibiza, Valencia, Alicante, Malaga, Seville, Madrid, Bilbao, Santiago, Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura.