The second French airline, Aigle Azur, celebrates the launch of its flights from Conakry to Bamako and Paris-Orly. The French company currently serves nearly 25 destinations, with 300 scheduled flights a week, between 6 airports in France and 7 cities in Algeria, 4 cities in Portugal, Bamako in Mali and Dakar in Senegal.
On the African network, more precisely, Aigle Azur now connects Paris-Orly to Bamako 4 times a week, but also Lyon and Marseille to Dakar, twice a week.
As part of its development strategy in Africa, on 31st October, Aigle Azur launched two new ways from Conakry to Bamako and Paris-Orly. Conakry-Bamako and Conakry-Paris Orly flights are operated on 4 flights per week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, in bi-class flights (economy class and business class) in order to meet the expectations of the market.
To be closer to its customers, Aigle Azur has recently opened a travel agency in Conakry, located at 6 ° Avenue – Rue KA 011 – Immeuble Amacif, whose opening hours are as follows:
From Monday to Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm and on
Saturdays from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm.
Aigle Azur sales counter is also present at Conakry International Airport and open every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 7 P m to 11 p m.
Aigle Azur also ensures greater visibility in the Guinean market with the help of its Commercial Representation provided by APG.
To celebrate the arrival of the French company in Guinea, Aigle Azur will organize on Thursday 17 November 2016 a “Workshop for travel agencies”, to present its products and services to all the local tourism stakeholders, as well as a “Ceremony Launch on Friday 18 November 2016 in the presence of many officials, economic actors, companies and associations.
On this occasion, several representatives of the Sales and Marketing Department of Aigle Azur in France (headquarters) will travel to Conakry.
ABOUT EAGLE AZUR
Founded in 1946, Aigle Azur is the 2nd largest French airline. The company has a rich history and celebrates in 2016 its 70 years of existence. For 7 decades now, Aigle Azur has been constantly connecting people, continents and cultures, faithful to its values of welcome, sharing and conviviality. The company now serves Algeria, Portugal, Mali, Senegal and Guinea from six French cities. Last year on March 31st, 2015 the company generated a turnover of 290 million euros. Aigle Azur carries nearly 2 million passengers on board its Airbus fleet (A319 and A320) each year nearly 300 flights are planned each week.
Mamadou Dian Donghol DIALLO