Amelia is relaunching its Orly-Clermont-Ferrand route on 2 November, with an ATR 72-600 with 72 seats
Good news for business travellers who regularly have to travel between Paris and Clermont-Ferrand: as of 2 November, Amelia is resuming its route schedule launched shortly before the crisis. The French carrier is thus starting again on the same basis of two daily flights on weekdays, and one link on Sundays. The flight schedule unveiled by Amelia will thus meet the expectations of business travellers, as they will be able to make a round trip on the day. From Clermont-Ferrand, departures are set at 6.55am and 6.15pm, for an arrival in Paris at 8.10am and 7.30pm. On the return journey, take-off from Orly is scheduled at 8.40am and 8pm, with arrival at 9.55am and 9.15pm. These flights will be operated by an ATR 72-600 equipped with 72 leather seats, with two flight attendants on board
supporting the mobility of the people of Auvergne and the regional economy
” Since the launch of the route in September 2020, Amelia has had clear objectives: to support the mobility of the people of Auvergne and the regional economy “, says the company’s management. Alain Regourd, President of the Amelia group, also stresses: ” This takeover is also possible thanks to the permanent support of local companies. We are eager to meet them again and to be able to put our planes at the service of the Clermont-Ferrand population
Stemming from the Regourd Aviation group, Amelia had launched its first regular routes under its own name in 2019, and also provides a link between Rodez and Paris. But the French group is also known for operating four regular routes on behalf ofAir France
, namely: Aurillac – Paris, Castres – Paris, Tarbes-Lourdes – Paris and finally Brive – Paris.
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