Vueling à Orly Vueling at Orly (Photo : Luc Citrinot)

Vueling confirms its growing presence at its Orly base this summer. The low-cost airline, a subsidiary of the IAG group, has strongly increased its presence with the recovery ofAir France slots at this airport. It is the second largest international carrier from the Paris hub. It follows Transavia (75 destinations) and remains far ahead of Easyjet

(22 destinations).

Vueling has thus confirmed its winter expansion for the summer season at Paris-Orly. From the end of March, the company will offer 50 destinations from the Paris airport for the summer of 2022. Vueling will connect Paris to Germany, Denmark, Spain, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Norway, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Sweden, the Czech Republic and Ukraine. The carrier also serves Morocco.

On February 1, the company is launching two weekly frequencies to Kiev (Tuesday and Sunday until March, then Wednesday and Saturday). It also offers from the end of January one to two weekly flights between Orly and La Palma in the Canaries.

Vueling is also confirming service to five other French airports: Bordeaux, Lyon, Marseille, Nantes and Nice. The company will offer 14 destinations in total.

The carrier has also announced the launch of a new base at London Gatwick airport from March. From the London hub, Vueling serves Barcelona, Bilbao, Florence, Paris-Orly, Rome-Fiumicino, Santiago de Compostela and Valencia. It will add five new routes to Spain, including Granada, Malaga and Seville.