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Chalair links Lyon with Luxembourg

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Tatjana Obrazcova
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Chalair links Lyon with Luxembourg

Welcoming the inaugural Chalair flight crew in Luxembourg were: Johan Vanneste, CEO Luxembourg Airport (left); Jérôme Latrasse, Commercial Director Chalair (centre); and Jérôme Le Bris, Commercial Director Luxembourg Airport (right). The service from Lyon will operate five times weekly.

Chalair starts its third route from France’s second city on 28 September, as Luxembourg (LUX) joins existing services to Limoges and Cologne Bonn from Lyon (LYS). The 441-kilometre, Beech 1900-operated sector will be flown five times weekly and faces no direct competition according to OAG Schedules Analyser data.



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