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Joon to launch flights to Ecuador

PARIS, September 17, 2018

Air France's subsidiary airline, Joon, will be launching flights between Paris and Quito, Ecuador, from May 2019.

Customers will be able to travel between the two capitals by an Airbus A340 in the comfort of new long-haul travel cabins, with 30 seats in the Business Class, 21 seats in the Premium Economy Class and 227 seats in the Economy Class.

The thrice-weekly service will commence from May 14, 2019, at €299 ($347.5), including tax one way.

Flight AF210 will leave Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 13h10 and arrive in Quito at 18:05. Return flight AF211 will leave Quito at 19h50 and arrive in Paris at 13h50 the following day.

Flights operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays during the summer season.

The ancient city of Quito

Located more than 2,850 m above sea level, and built on the ruins of an Inca city, Ecuador's capital is home to many treasures. Its historic centre, the best preserved in Latin America, is the first to be included in Unesco's World Heritage List. From Independence Square to San Francisco Square, nothing beats getting lost in the narrow and colorful streets to discover Old Quito. Want a great view? The Panecillo peak, which stands in the middle of the city, offers a breathtaking view.

Want to go even higher? Quito, bordered by the Andes, is also the starting point for unforgettable escapades into the heart of the volcanoes, the gateway to the lush Amazonian forest and an opportunity to discover the Galapagos Islands and its protected species. - TradeArabia News Service
 




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