CityJet boosts flourishing French network with addition of Brest-Brittany
CityJet, the airline that flies from the heart of London, is launching a new French leisure route this summer to Brest, Brittany. A twice weekly service will operate from the airline’s hub, London City Airport, from 30 March 2012 for the full summer season. Fares start from £79 one way and can be booked now at www.cityjet.com.
With the addition of Brest, Brittany to the network, CityJet now serves eight destinations across France including Paris, Nantes, Avignon and Toulon.
Christine Ourmières, CityJet CEO, said: “We’re very pleased to announce this exciting new route to Brest, giving Londoner’s direct access to the city and surrounding region, one of France’s best-loved destinations. The CityJet services to Brest will offer a convenient schedule for those looking to take a relaxing weekend break or visiting their second home in Brittany, as well as allowing passengers to start their getaway with the tranquillity of travelling with us.”
With so many direct routes in operation, CityJet is now an extremely important provider of travel between London and France, offering an indispensable and reliable service for business and leisure travellers to Paris and other key regions. City Airport is located in the heart of London and allows a 15 minute check-in which means travellers experience a stress-free start to their trip.”
Schedule from 20 March 2012
From London City LCY to Brest-Brittany
From Brest-Brittany to London City LCY
About Brest, Brittany
Brest is a charming city located on the western tip of Brittany, nestled in one of France’s most beautiful natural harbours. Visitors can enjoy picturesque walks through lively quays and sample the very best in fresh seafood. Brest is also home to Oceanopolis – the only ocean discovery centre of its kind in Europe. This impressive centre features three different climatic zones giving many opportunities for hands-on experience of marine life and sea creatures!
Brittany is a large peninsula bordered by the English Channel and the Atlantic. Its natural attractions include long sandy beaches, rugged cliffs, an abundance of wildlife and attractive landscapes. This is complimented by excellent holiday facilities for visitors, including many exciting seaside sports.