Published on : Friday, January 12, 2018
The route will run from May 26 through to October 27 and will bring in an additional 33,750 seats using an Embraer 170.
General manager of Air France-KLM UK and Ireland Benedicte Duval said that the new service will not only link Cork to the French capital and the rest of Europe, but it also provides passengers with the opportunity to connect to their extensive network of over 180 exciting worldwide destinations.
The managing director of Cork Airport Niall MacCarthy opined that those looking to fly further will benefit from the airline’s further connections to destinations like Brazil, Mauritius and Mexico.
He further mentioned that Ireland is ranked as the fourth most popular destination with the French and the new service from Cork will further grow inbound tourism from key continental market to counties across the south of Ireland.