Vueling has this week announced plans to launch services between Paris Orly and Amman, Jordan, as part of its overall growth within the airport.
The airline said the following in a statement regarding the launch of this new route, due to take place in October:
“The new Paris-Orly – Amman service thus demonstrates Vueling’s commitment to expanding its network to attractive winter destinations and meets the growing demand from travelers wishing to discover sunny destinations outside the summer periods.”
Information on the Paris Orly-Amman Route with Vueling…
This new route will see two weekly flights in the Winter on Mondays and Fridays, as well as the same frequency weekly but on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
“This new route demonstrates Vueling’s desire to offer year-round destinations and meet travelers’ growing expectations for connectivity and choice of destinations.
“Vueling intends to focus on reducing seasonality and optimizing flight frequency in order to offer the most flexible travel experience adapted to the needs of its customers.”
“This strategy is part of the Vueling Transformation Programme.”
“The opening of the route also reinforces the importance of Paris-Orly airport as one of Vueling’s main air bases in Europe.”
“Passengers benefit from more than 30 destinations from Paris-Orly, double since 2019, with flights to must-see places such as Cairo, Marrakech, and the Canary Islands.”
What remains clear is that the carrier is putting out all of the stops to make as many destinations as accessible from the French capital as possible.
All eyes will be on them to see how the new route performs.