Corsair CotonouCorsair’s Airbus A330 at Orly (Photo: LC)

Corsair continues to expand its network in Africa. The carrier already serves Abidjan by daily flight. On June 16, it also reopened its Paris Orly-Bamako route in Mali,

with three weekly flights.

This winter, it is doing it again with the launch of three weekly flights to the Beninese capital, Cotonou. The carrier will connect Cotonou every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday by Airbus A330. The airline offers a three-class configuration on board: economy, premium and business.

At Paris Orly, Corsair offers its business passengers the comfort of its new Primeclass lounge. With a terrace overlooking the runways, it can accommodate 110 customers in its 360 square meters of space. It includes rest areas, work areas and catering areas with a buffet offer including hot and cold dishes. The area is open free of charge to Business Class and Club Platinum passengers.

Passengers in Economy or Premium Class can also purchase an entrance fee of 40 euros online.

Luc Citrinot

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