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Air France has announced two new international routes beginning in the first six months of 2016, one of which will see the carrier resurrecting the New York-Paris Orly route it first operated with jets in 1960.

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The new service – which represents a re-launch of a route OpenSkies operated in the past – will bring OpenSkies’ schedule to three daily services between New York and Paris Orly: two round-trips from Newark Liberty International Airport and one round-trip from New York JFK.

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Europe’s TUI Travel PLC has become a new direct customer for Airbus, with an order for two A330-300s that will be operated by its Paris Orly-based subsidiary Corsairfly.

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British Airways will operate Airbus A319s, A320s and A321s between Heathrow and Orly, each aircraft outfitted in two-class configuration.

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OpenSkies’s five-times-weekly flights will now detach from the gate at Washington Dulles at the later departure time at 7:30 p.m. local time. This change takes effect from October 31.

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All-business-class airline OpenSkies is partnering with French National Railways (SNCF), maker and operator of the TGV high-speed train, to provide OpenSkies customers with a fast and convenient connection from Paris Orly Airport to Lyon and Nantes starting July 6.

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Greek airline Hellenic Imperial Airways is planning to launch scheduled services to at least a dozen destinations in Europe, Greece, the Middle East, South Africa and the United States.

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Shared-ride airport transportation service SuperShuttle has launched its first international service, in Paris, France.

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