CityJet, an Ireland-based airline, is offering new services to Brest, in France, from Dublin, the Republic of Ireland’s capital.
The new service will be commencing from June 29, 2013, with flight AF5266 departing on Saturdays from Dublin Airport, for Aeroport Brest Bretagne. The return flight departs from Brest on the same day. The new route will operate using an Avro RJ85 jet that has capacity for 95 passengers.
This addition to the service compliments the current summer service between London City airport and Brest.
Passengers can book the new fares at www.cityjet.com, commencing from €96 one way and €189 return.
Christine Ourmieres, the chief executive officer of CityJet, said, ‘Brest is a popular summer destination, so we are delighted to be able to offer Dublin based passengers’ direct access to the heart of this stunning region – one of France’s best-loved destinations. Our service from Dublin offers a convenient schedule for families enjoying longer summer holidays during the school break period or those visiting their second home in Brittany.’
The airline network offers service to 22 European destinations in Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and the UK.
Brest is a city located on the western tip of Brittany, in France, and it has a natural harbour. The city is also home to Oceanopolis, an ocean discovery centre, claimed to be the first of its kind in Europe. Brest is one of the many destinations in France served by the airline from UK.
The airline has recently also introduced its service to Nuremberg, in Germany, from London City Airport, and also added the German destinations of Dresden and Paderborn.