Kerry Airport to host two new routes to France this summer season

Kerry Airport to host two new routes to France this summer season
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Chalair Airlines will begin offering two flight routes from Kerry Airport to France on July 1, 2023. These services will run between Kerry to Quimper and Kerry to Brest in Brittany every Saturday, using 70-seat ATR72 aircraft. Passengers can look forward to convenient and comfortable travel options from Ireland to France this summer.

John Mulhern, CEO of Kerry Airport Ireland, announced that the airline has been serving Brittany for many years and these new routes from Kerry will be their inaugural venture into Ireland.

Kerry Airport is providing passengers with a great opportunity to explore and experience the beauty of France. Moreover, French people will now have the chance to visit Ireland thanks to the new routes available. It is an excellent way for travellers to relax and enjoy what Kerry and its surroundings have to offer.

The new French route will bring the total number of served destinations from Kerry up to nine during the peak summer season, thus boosting its local economy. It may also lead to the further development of other routes in the years ahead.

Chalair has operated flights within France since 1986 using various aircraft models. Alicante, Faro, Dublin, London (Luton & Stansted), Manchester and Frankfurt Hahn are also on the route map.

Alain Battisti, CEO of Chalair, noted that Ireland and County Kerry in particular is a top tourist destinations for French tourists from the West. Furthermore, he believes Britany will remain a popular spot to visit for those from Munster and beyond.