Donning their French berets, the inaugural crew celebrate the start of Luxair’s new route between Luxembourg and Biarritz, a route that will be flown weekly (Saturdays) on the carrier’s Q400s. Flights will operate until 16 September.
- Luxair has added the French town of Biarritz (BIQ) to its network, beginning weekly (Saturdays) flights from Luxembourg (LUX). The 901-kilometre sector will be flown by the airline on its Q400s, with no other carrier serving the route. The airline will operate the city pairing throughout S17, with the last flight of the summer season scheduled to operate on 16 September. Biarritz becomes Luxair’s third destination in mainland France, with it also serving Paris CDG and Nice. The airline also operates summer seasonal flights to the four airports on the French island of Corsica; Ajaccio, Bastia, Calvi and Figari. In total it means that the airline this summer will offer 33 weekly flights between Luxembourg and seven destinations in France.