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Flights in France

Text by FRANCE 24

Latest update : 2010-04-20

Some airports in France have reopened after five days without flights because of the volcanic ash cloud from Iceland.

Paris Airports
Traffic progressively starting up on Tuesday.
For more information call +33 (0) 1 70 36 39 50.
www.aeroportsdeparis.fr


Air France is progressively resuming flight operations

Departures:
- Long-haul flights: Normal operations from Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly.
- Orly: "La Navette" (Bordeaux, Marseille, Nice and Toulouse) and some flights to and from Paris and to and from Corsica.
- Roissy-Charles de Gaulle: Some domestic flights plus a few flights to European destinations starting at 12:00 CET.

Arrivals:
- Long-haul flights departed on April 19 from Air France main stations arrive at Paris on April 20. Flights arrival time could be re-scheduled. Connecting flights in Paris can not be guaranteed except connections to south of France.


Other airports
Bordeaux: Open for some flights, but many flights disrupted or canceled.
Marseille: Open for some flights, but many flights disrupted or canceled.
Lille: Closed until Wednesday.
Lyon Saint-Exupery: Open.
Nantes: Open for some flights, but many flights disrupted or canceled.
Toulouse: Open for some flights, but many flights disrupted or canceled.

Date created : 2010-04-20

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