|17 December 2015|

A new direct flight between Edinburgh and Paris has been announced.

Transavia – the low-cost airline of the Air France-KLM Group – will operate the  four-times-weekly service from the Scottish capital, which will commence on April 22 of next year.


Edinburgh Airport’s chief executive, Gordon Dewar said: “This direct new flight to Paris from Edinburgh is fantastic news; it offers even greater choice and is further confirmation of Edinburgh Airport’s position as a leader for business connectivity between Scotland and the continent.

“Well done to Transavia for recognising the growing demand for connectivity from Edinburgh. Confirmation of this route between Scotland’s capital and the heart of France shows they share similar aspirations for business growth as we do.”

Hervé Kozar, chief commercial officer of Transavia added: “This route between two leading European Capitals with four frequencies per week from Edinburgh is a major achievement for us. This scheduling will suit both city breakers and business passengers.”