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Aigle Azur Connects Moscow With Paris
9.07.2012 11:00
Aigle Azur Connects Moscow With Paris

The French airline Aigle Azur opens its Paris-to-Moscow connection at the end of July, in operation on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.

      The opening is planned for July 27, an airbus A319 will be in operation. The minimal cost of a return ticket is reported to be around 360EUR. Travel.ru reports a flight from Paris at 7.35am, arriving to Moscow at 13:15pm; return flight from Moscow at 14:25pm, arriving to Paris at 16:25. On Mondays and Sundays the flights may be delayed by 10-15 mins.

      The Russian airline Transaero plans to start operating on Moscow-Paris route on the same date. It is possible that two air carriers will sign an agreement, in which case they will both offer up to 11 flights per week.

      Source: Travel.ru


Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian tourism Aigle Azur Russia-France   

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