French Bee A French Bee Airbus A350 (Photo: French Bee-©Arnaud Gaulupeau)

Paris CDG-Los Angeles is one of the flagship routes from France on the North Atlantic. This winter, up to three daily flights are being offered to business travellers. Air France-KLM

, in cooperation with Delta Air Lines, is serving this route twice a day with a Boeing 777 in the French airline’s colours.

Return of Air Tahiti Nui

With the lifting of travel restrictions, Air Tahiti Nui

is

also back. The company had suspended the Paris-Papeete flight via Los Angeles. A suspension linked to the ban on foreign travelers entering the United States. The Polynesian carrier had instead operated the Paris-Tahiti route via Vancouver.

We’re happy to be back in Los Angeles because that’s where the market is. Not only between Paris and Los Angeles but also between California and Tahiti. Vancouver is certainly a beautiful airport, but its economic attraction zone is far, far away from that of Los Angeles

,” describes Jean-Marc Hastings, Regional Director France and Europe of Air Tahiti Nui. Boeing 787 Air Tahiti Nui (Photo: Air Tahiti Nui)

Outbound flights resumed on November 16 while the first return flight will take off from Tahiti to Los Angeles and Paris on November 18. The airline will offer 3 to 7 weekly flights on this route with its Boeing 787.

French Bee will be arriving in April

The competition will intensify again from April 9 with the announcement by French Bee

of

its arrival on this strategic route. The carrier will offer four weekly non-stop flights from Paris Orly and Los Angeles International Airport. The flights will be operated by brand new Airbus A350 aircraft.

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French Bee intends to make its mark with very attractive introductory prices. A one-way ticket will be marketed at 279 euros in its traditional economy class while the premium class will start at 631 euros. These prices should certainly re-launch the fare war between Paris and Los Angeles.

French Bee will also offer connections to other US cities thanks to an interline agreement with Alaska Airlines.

French Bee’s positioning on Los Angeles follows a development strategy on the North Atlantic. ” After the success of our launch to New York and the takeover of <a href=”https://www.voyages-d-affaires.com/san-francisco-soma-silicon-valley-2

0171016.html” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>San Franciscoon November 10, we are excited to launch our third American route from Paris-Orly, and to continue our expansion in the United States”, commented Marc Rochet, President of French Bee.