Blue Air introduced Paris CDG to its route map on 25 March, with the carrier launching a three times weekly service to the French hub from Turin. Seen cutting the cake at the Italian airport, baked to toast the carrier’s first-ever route to CDG, are Francesca Soncini, External Relations Manager of Turin Airport and Clemance Dumitrache, Station Manager, Blue Air. Competition on the 571-kilometre sector comes from Air France which offers 25 weekly flights.
- Blue Air commenced flights between Turin (TRN) and Paris CDG (CDG) on 25 March, the airline’s first-ever route to the French hub. CDG becomes the carrier’s second airport in Paris, with it already offering services from Bucharest and Iasi to Paris Beauvais on a year-round basis. It also operates flights to Beauvais from Constanta during the summer season. Its newest link from Turin to CDG will be operated three times weekly on its mixed fleet of 737s. Competition on the 571-kilometre sector comes from hub carrier Air France which serves the city pair 25 times weekly when referencing OAG data. Vote for Turin Airport’s cake in this week’s Cake of the Week Public Vote.