Air Austral, Air Belgium, Volotea and EasyJet are counting on domestic or overseas departments and territories for the resumption of flights, from mid-December.
Air Austral is adjusting its flight schedule. The company is now counting on a gradual recovery of its regional network in December. For Reunion, for example, out of the 7 rotations initially planned from Paris, Air Austral maintained 5 during the week of November 16 to 22.
Regarding Mayotte, the flight schedule from Paris remains unchanged at this stage. Air Austral maintains three rotations each week. Between Mayotte and Reunion, the company maintains its four weekly rotations. In Madagascar, the resumption of flights is scheduled from December 1, 2020. In Mauritius, not before December 18, 2020.
Belgium even closer to Martinique
For its part, Air Belgium is stepping up its air rotations from Brussels-Charleroi to Fort-de-France. Launched in December 2019, with two flights on Wednesdays and Saturdays (9:30 am) per week, the company is expanding its offer from December 16, 2020. These are direct flights in both directions.
Air Belgium has also concluded a commercial agreement with Air Caraïbes which will allow it to provide two new frequencies to Martinique, via a connection in Guadeloupe. A total of four weekly frequencies (including two direct) are therefore on sale from Brussels-Charleroi airport to Martinique.
Something new on the domestic
From December 19, 2020 to January 3, 2021, EasyJet will connect Toulouse to Rennes up to three times a week (Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday). Tickets are sold from 32 euros one way.
For its part, Volotea is launching three new lines on its French network this winter, including two from its Toulouse base. From December 18 until January 4, the company will link the pink city to Brest and Lille, as well as Bordeaux to Figari (Corsica).
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