Air France will charter a 777 for its Cayenne – Orly flights

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To ensure its August program, Air France will charter a Boeing triple seven of the Portuguese company EuroAtlantic Airways from August 13 to 31.

Air France called on EuroAtlantic Airways for his next flights Cayenne-Paris Orly. “In order to ensure its entire flight program for the summer season, Air France has chosen to use charter companies. Your flight will be operated by EuroAtlantic Airways »she says.

Travel dates and times remain unchanged. The chartered aircraft, a Boeing 777-200, is configured to accommodate 293 passengers, divided into 30 seats in Business class, 24 seats in Premium Economy and 239 in the Economy cabin. Air France personnel will be on board each flight.

The French company wanted to reassure its customers in an email. “This company complies with the same standards as Air France in terms of security and of training of the crews, and complies in all respects with French and European regulations. The standard on board corresponds to the standards of regular airlines, but may differ from the service offered on Air France flights. »

Contacted by Guyane La 1ère, Air France justifies the system by “operational constraints”due to aircraft under review in the middle of the summer, others being used on other destinations. Only the Guyana is concerned. “These charters are then operated by French or foreign companies, all authorized in advance by the General Directorate of Civil Aviation and complying in all respects with French and European regulations. This is the case of the Portuguese company EuroAtlantic Airways chartered on flights between Paris-Orly and Cayenne from August 13 to 31, 2023 in a Boeing 777-200.specifies Air France.

Founded in 1993 under the name of Air Zarco – commercial name Air Madeira-, its name became in 2000 Euro Atlantic Airways – Transportes Aéreos SA and is based in Lisbon. EuroAtlantic Airways is mainly specialized in ACMI (Aircraft Crew Maintenance Insurance), that is to say, it offers its services to other airlines that need to rent its aircraft.


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