Air France launches new routes to Vienna and Brive in southcentral France

Strasbourg celebrated the new route to Austria’s capital Vienna with a strawberry cake featuring an Air France aircraft. At the ribbon cutting were Jean-Jacques Gsell, President of the Tourist Office of Strasbourg; Jean-Yves Grosse, CEO Régional; Jean-Louis Hoerlé, President of Alsace Chamber of Commerce; and Philippe Richert, President of Alsace regional council. After the ceremony, guests and airline representatives flew to Vienna for a two-day visit.

  • Air France launched two new routes through its regional subsidiaries in the last week. On 3 July, Régional began operating three times weekly from Strasbourg (SXB) in eastern France to the Austrian capital Vienna (VIE). Flights operate with 50-seat ERJ145s and 76-seat E-170s. This is Air France’s third route to Vienna after flights from Paris CDG and Toulouse. On 7 July, CityJet launched its second route to Brive (BVE) in south central France. Complementing the airline’s flights from London City Airport, CityJet now flies once a week from sister airline KLM’s Amsterdam (AMS) with its 95-seat RJ85 aircraft. Flights operate seasonally until 1 September.


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