Aigle Azur launches its new connection to Paris Orly

Publication Date: 25/09/2018

On 14th September, French company Aigle Azur opened a new connection between Milan Malpensa and Paris Orly airport.

The flights, which are scheduled once a day except on Saturday, will be operated with the Airbus A320. From 29th October, connections to Paris Orly will increase to two a day (excluding Saturday and Sunday) for a total of 12 flights a week operated by Aigle Azur during the winter season.

Aigle Azur is the second largest French airline, connecting Paris to destinations in the Mediterranean and Africa. It boasts a modern fleet of Airbus A319s and A320s, divided into two or more classes, and has recently welcomed two A330-200s, supporting the company’s international expansion. Take advantage of flights to visit Paris in the autumn and to attend the Fête des vendanges de Montmartre ((Montmartre Grape Harvest Festival)) from 10th-14th October. Wine sold during this festival comes from the vineyard near the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, the last remaining vineyard in the district, which was once entirely covered with vines. During the five-day festival, Montmartre hosts parades in period costumes, concerts and dances, as well as stands selling wine and traditional French products.