connect with us

Air France To Launch Low-Cost Carrier “Hop!”

Embraer170-Hop_01_600x600_100KBAir France recently revealed the name and commercial offering of its new regional airline named “HOP!” to be launched on 31 March 2013.

A result of the synergy between the Air France group’s three regional airlines – Brit Air, Regional and Airlinair – HOP! aims to become the reference airline on inter-regional routes in France and Europe with a competitive offer, quickly adaptable to market changes and competition, for business or leisure travel.

As from summer 2013, HOP! will operate point-to-point flights from Paris-Orly and the domestic network, as well as flights to the hub at Paris-Charles de Gaulle on behalf of Air France.

According to Air France, the name “HOP!” evokes rapidity and the ease with which travelers can get from point A to B. Synonymous with agility, HOP! illustrates its capacity to bounce back and adapt to customers’ needs.

With its slogan “making Europe smaller,” HOP! is the ideal solution for traveling quickly and easily between regions, in France and Europe.

HOP Logo_01_600x600_100KBHOP! in short
• A dense flight schedule with 530 daily flights to 136 destinations
• A modern fleet of 98 aircraft with between 48 and 100 seats
• Fares starting at €55 including tax one way*
• More than 3,000 employees at the service of our customers, both on the ground and on board

Read also:  Air France Adds Extra Flight to Costa Rica

*Excluding issuing charges


About the Author
This is the team byline for GTP. The copyrights for these articles are owned by GTP. They may not be redistributed without the permission of the owner.