Of the 52 routes, 36 will be operated from Paris-Orly airport, with three new destinations to Cairo (Egypt), Marrakech (Morocco) and Reus (Spain).
Spanish low-cost carrier Vueling continues to expand in the French market. In 2022, the carrier offered French travelers some 50 routes, including 39 additional routes compared to 2019.
One out of every three passengers traveling between France and Spain flies on Vueling
For 2023, Vueling will operate to and from France a total of 52 routes during the summer season, to 13 countries from seven airports: Paris-Orly, Paris-CDG, Lyon, Bordeaux, Marseille, Nice and Nantes. 36 routes will be operated from Paris-Orly, 6 from Paris-CDG and 10 from French regional airports. From Paris-Orly, Vueling will add three routes to its summer program: Cairo, Marrakech and Reus.
Vueling announces that on the Barcelona-Paris-Barcelona route (all airports combined), one out of every two passengers flies in its aircraft. Similarly, one in three passengers traveling from France to Spain chooses Vueling. Overall, the Spanish low cost airline plans to operate more than 300 routes to over 100 destinations by 2023. The airline operates a fleet of 125 Airbus A319s, A320s, A320neos and A321s.
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