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Paris link for Glasgow

Low-cost carrier easyJet has said that it will introduce a new service from Glasgow International Airport to Paris in the near future.

The route from the Scottish hub will commence flights to Charles De Gaulle Airport on October 29th and will operate on a daily basis.

In addition, the carrier will start offering flights from Edinburgh to Paris, Krakow and Gdansk in the autumn.

"easyJet's new Paris flight will be the only direct link between Glasgow International Airport and Paris' main city airport, Charles de Gaulle, and the route is expected to be popular for business travellers as well as those looking for a few days of culture or a shopping trip away," explained David Osborne, easyJet's UK general manager.

The managing director of Glasgow Airport, Gordon Dewar, added: "This is excellent news from easyJet and a real boost for our passengers who will now be able to fly direct to the French capital from Glasgow.

"Paris is an exciting city, well known for its cafe culture and architecture, and these new daily flights make it an ideal short break destination."

Currently operating 137 aircraft on 321 routes between 83 airports in 22 countries, easyJet is one of Europe's largest low-cost carriers.

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