Iberia launches weekly non-stop Tenerife-Paris flights
Thursday 25, November 2010
Every Saturday the Spanish airline will make a return flight between the Reina Sofia airport, located in the South of Tenerife, and the French capital.
Iberia is now offering a non-stop flight between Tenerife and Paris. The airline will use a 196-seat A321 for the return flight every Saturday between the Reina Sofía airport in Tenerife and the French capital.
Flight IB3415 will take off from Paris Orly airport at 11:55 h and land in Tenerife at 15:00 h, local time. From where it will leave for Paris at 15:50 h and arrive at 20:45 h.
The new flight will increase Iberia's offer of seats in the French market by more than 8,600 in the winter 2010/2011 season. In 2009 the company carried nearly 1,519,000 people on Spain-France routes, including about 35,000 people who made the Paris-Tenerife flight with a stop in Madrid. Last year Tenerife was the favourite two-stop destination for Iberia passengers originating in France.
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