The line, which was suspended in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, will resume on June 27 with two frequencies per week.
ASL Airlines is completing the rebuilding of its network to the Maghreb. As of June 27, the French carrier is re-launching its Perpignan-Oran route, which had been interrupted during the international air transport crisis linked to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Nine ASL air routes to Algeria
The route will be operated with two frequencies per week until October 28. The flights will be operated by Boeing 737-700 and 800 aircraft (147 and 186 seats). With the resumption of the Perpignan-Oran route, ASL Airlines will serve 5 destinations in Algeria this summer with 9 flight connections from France to the Algerian cities of Algiers, Oran, Constantine, Annaba and Bejaia.
Five French provincial cities linked to the Maghreb
To the Maghreb, ASL Airlines will operate this summer from March 26 to October 30 flights from Paris CDG to Algiers (15 flights per week), Annaba (2 flights per week), Bejaia (3 flights per week) and to Oujda (2 flights per week in July and August), from Lyon to Algiers (7 flights per week), from Lille to Algiers (3 flights per week), to Oran (up to 2 flights per week), from Mulhouse to Algiers (1 flight per week), to Constantine (1 flight per week), from Perpignan to Oran (2 flights per week), from Strasbourg to Oujda (1 flight per week in July and August).
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