Baboo announces its summer schedule
Friday 16, April 2010
Baboo expands its offer this summer and confirms the re-opening of its seasonal routes to Biarritz (four flights per week), Figari (one flight per week), Ibiza (3 flights per week), Larnaca (one flight per week) and Saint-Tropez (three flights per week) offering a wealth of choices to our holidaymakers.
The prime time schedules for Ibiza on Friday and Sunday evenings will allow a festive break over a weekend, while lovers of Saint-Tropez will be able to travel there three times a week with a prime time schedule on Sunday evening. Biarritz will be served by four flights a week (Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday), with two of these flights being operated by Air France. As for Figari and Larnaca, it will be possible to get there every Saturday from Geneva.
The remainder of the schedule brings several other improvements. The Geneva to Nice service has been strengthened to 14 flights each way per week starting in May. Nice will also be connected to Venice with direct links up to four times per week. Two additional flights will be added to the timetable between Geneva and Bucharest, with six weekly flights each way during the peak summer period.
Furthermore, the 100-seat Embraer 190 jet will be gradually phased in on the Geneva-London City route. It will replace the Bombardier Dash 8 Q-400 on this route several times each week beginning in May. The Geneva-Marseille service will continue to operate daily except Saturday with a prime time schedule in both directions.
This summer, Baboo is offering no less than 270 flights a week, 192 of which are operated by Baboo with 78 being operated by a partner airline. As a reminder these partners include Air France, Alitalia, Olympic, Tarom, and Darwin. Baboo is also a partner of Flying Blue, the loyalty programme of the Air France-KLM group, which itself is linked to all those run by SkyTeam alliance members.
Present on 19 routes this summer
This summer (IATA season: March 28th to October 30th), Baboo will be present on 19 routes in total, including:
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