An ASL Airlines France Boeing 737 (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

ASL Airlines is resuming flights to Algeria. These routes were suspended during the covid-19 crisis.

ASL Airlines France has just announced that the Algerian authorities have approved the resumption of the company’s scheduled flights between France and Algeria. The carrier resumed its service between Paris Charles de Gaulle and Algiers on 9 September. The company offers five flights per week. At the same time, it has relaunched the Lyon-Alger flight. This time with one frequency per week. From 7 October, ASL will also operate a weekly flight between Lille and Algiers.

ASL Airlines has announced that it will increase its frequency and destinations between France and Algeria in the coming weeks. And become again a major player in this travel segment. Before the crisis, ASL operated routes from Paris to Annaba and Bejaia. As well as from Basel-Mulhouse to Constantine and from Lille to Oran. The company serves all its routes with Boeing 737.

Luc Citrinot

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