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This winter, fly to Algiers from Montpellier with Air France

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Starting October 29th, 2017, Air France will offer a new winter service from Montpellier (France) to Algiers (Algeria). The flights will be operated by Airbus A319 and Airbus A320. In this way, customers will benefit from two winter frequencies on Mondays and Saturdays.
Flight schedules (in local time) during the 2017-18 winter season:
AF1156: leaves Montpellier at 11:05, arrives in Algiers at 12:40 on Mondays;
AF1156: leaves Montpellier at 10:45, arrives in Algiers at 12:20 on Saturdays.
AF1157: leaves Algiers at 13:55, arrives in Montpellier at 15:30 on Mondays;
AF1157: leaves Algiers at 13h50, arrives in Montpellier at 15:25 on Saturdays.
Air France in Algeria
This winter, Air France will offer up to 37 weekly flights to 3 destinations in Algeria:
– 2 weekly flights from Montpellier to Algiers;
– 28 weekly flights from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Algiers;
– Up to 7 weekly flights from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Oran.
Discover the beauty of Algiers with Travel by Air France
Air France offers all curious, demanding and passionate travellers a digital and original travel blog called travelby.airfrance.com. With two new cities added each month, Algiers is one of the 100 or so destinations available. In this way, the company’s customers benefit from a wide selection of unique restaurants, charming hotels and picturesque sites, drawn up by people who love their city (a network of bloggers, e-influencers, journalists, etc.).
Algiers is a myth, a dream city in the Mediterranean. Its sometimes delicate, sometimes brilliant colours, always a blend of white and blue, reflect both the mildness of its winters and the generous warmth of its summers. Algiers stretches along the seafront with an apparent nonchalance, characteristic of the cities of the South. Seen from the waterfront, the Place des Martyrs is lined with Haussmann style buildings. In the old town, the Kasbah stretches along a hill facing the sea. It’s in this maze of narrow winding streets that the Algerian identity was forged.

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