Vueling today inaugurated the new connection between Turin and Paris Orly airport, which will be operational throughout the winter season with two frequencies per week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The service further increases the connections between Italy and France and is the second operating from the Turin base, already connected with Barcelona, with two weekly flights.
“Vueling wants to do its part and make its contribution so that the air transport sector can return to normal – he said Gianluca Zarfati, the Italian market development manager of the carrier -. Thanks to this new route, the connections between Italy and France will further grow ”.
“We are pleased to welcome this new Vueling connection, which doubles its commitments on our airport with the flight to and from Paris Orly – he added Andrea Andorno, managing director of Torino Airport -. This investment by the carrier in a previously unserved Parisian airport, which is very convenient for reaching some parts of the city center, contributes to enriching the Turin network and represents a further step towards the recovery of the sector and the return to normality “.
The direct connection Turin – Paris Orly, operational starting today 2 November, is part of the company’s broader flight program at the Paris airport. In fact, following the concession by the European Commission and the Covid-19 recapitalization of Air France and Air France – Klm Holding by the French state, the airline has added 32 new routes from Paris Orly to 10 countries. Among these, 5 new connections allow you to reach Italy: not only Turin, but also Milan-Bergamo Orio al Serio, Bologna, Bari and Genoa.