The French airline Europe Airpost is to operate a new route from Paris CDG to Dublin and then continue on to Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Europe Airpost, a member of the ASL Aviation Group, has bases in France and in Dublin. With a fleet of B737 aircraft it operates passenger and cargo flights to major European, Mediterranean, African and Canadian cities.
Europe Airpost will operate between Dublin and Halifax weekly from 9th July until 11th September 2015 with flights departing Dublin on Thursdays and from Halifax on Fridays.
Jean-François Dominiak, Europe Airpost Chief Executive, said: “Halifax is a great summer destination for vacation, altogether far and close to Ireland: across the ocean and with strong cultural links. We are happy to offer to Irish travellers the opportunity to fly to Nova Scotia during the summer season, at low fares including a great service. Europe Airpost is well-known for its outstanding quality of service. It is important for us, as a French airline, to deliver to our passengers during their travel the best service with French food and French wines.”
The flights will be operated by a B737-700, configured in a two-class lay-out, with a capacity of 130 seats: 16 in Premium Class and 114 in Economy Class.
The carrier is agent friendly and will offer a special agents fare of €250+taxes. The offer is available to agents only plus one friend/partner.
ATTS is the GSA for Europe Airpost in Ireland.