ASL Airlines France announces the launch of a new route between Bordeaux and Hamburg for the 2016 summer season.
The second unprecedented route out of Bordeaux ASL Airlines France today announced the launch of its inaugural flight between Bordeaux and Hamburg, following its first route out of Bordeaux, which linked the city to Vienna.
‘With the success of its inaugural service to Vienna, launched last summer, Bordeaux has demonstrated a keen interest in benefitting from direct routes to unrivalled European destinations. Today, we are delighted to announce the opening of the Hamburg route, which will offer our customers a brand new destination from Bordeaux along with ASL Airlines France’s trademark quality of service, performance level and competitive rates.’ says Jean-François Dominiak, CEO of ASLAirlines France.
Hamburg twice a week from Bordeaux
The flights between Hamburg and Bordeaux will link two regions with strong economic and touristic appeal, thereby catering to a business and a leisure clientele.
Hamburg to Bordeaux (flight time of 2h10)
Twice-weekly flight schedule on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting 5 May 2016.
- Departs Bordeaux at 08:35 ; arrives in Hamburg at 10:45
- Departs Hamburg at 11:40 ; arrives in Bordeaux at 13:50
Prices will start at just 49€ for a one way flight, with all taxes and baggage fees included (within the authorised baggage allowance).
By offering the new route to Hamburg, ASL Airlines France has doubled the number of destinations served from Bordeaux, and will now operate four scheduled weekly flights out of the city. In addition to the flights to Hamburg, as of 15 April 2016, flights to Vienna will be operated twice weekly – on Mondays and Fridays.
The flights will be serviced by a Boeing 737-300 with a capacity of 147 seats.
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