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About Air Algérie

Air Algérie, sometimes known as Algeria Airlines, is the national airline of Algeria, with its head office in the Immeuble El-Djazair in Algiers. The airline flies to many destinations including Abidjan, Adrar, Algiers, Alicante, Amman, Annaba, Bamako, Beirut, Beijing, Brussels, Cairo, Constantine, Djanet, Dubai, Ghardaia, Guanzhou, Illizi, Hassi Messaoud, In Amenas, Niamey, Moscow, Montreal, Palma de Mallorca, Paris, Rome and many others.

Air Algérie operates scheduled international services to 39 destinations in 28 countries in Europe, North America, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East, as well as domestic services to 32 airports from Houari Boumedienne Airport.The airline is a member of the International Air Transport Association, the Arab Air Carriers Organisation and of the African Airlines Association since 1968. As of December 2013, Air Algérie was 100% owned by the government of Algeria.

Air Algérie's fleet consists of A330s, B767s, B737s and ATR 72s. Air Algérie was registered near IATA and became an IOSA company as it met the wholly standards required by IOSA audit. Air Algérie has been successfully submitted to another audit in 2010 and 2012.

 


Air Algérie Baggage Allowance

Carry-on Baggage

Air Algérie offers hand baggage allowance of one free cabin bag of 10kg maximum weight with 5 kg for ATR aircraft.

Checked Baggage

For domestic network passengers in economy are entitled to 20kg, business class passengers are allowed 30kg and first-class passengers are allowed 40kg. For International flights the baggage allowance for first and business classes is 40kg and for economy class 30kg within Europe, Morocco, Tunisia and France.

Excess Baggage

If your baggage exceeds the number, weight or dimensions of the allocated free allowance, you will be charged extra fees for this excess baggage. As the price of excess baggage is dependent on the route and class flying, check with the Air Algérie to find out prices of excess baggage.

 


Air Algérie Check-In Information

Online Check-In

Air Algérie offer online check-in for their passengers. This is available 24 hours before flying, and will close 3 hours before scheduled departure airport. The link to this can be found here.

Airport Check-In

Passengers who have not checked in online must do so at the airport. Visit the Air Algerie check-in counter where you will be checked in by a member of staff. For short and medium-haul flights this will open 3 hours before departure, but is increased to 4 hours for long-haul flights. 

The closing time for the airport check-in desk is dependent in flying domestically or internationally:

For domestic flights, check-in will close 45 minutes before scheduled departure time

For domestic flights, check-in will close 45 minutes before scheduled departure time

 


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Air Algérie Codeshare Agreements

Algeria Airlines has codeshare agreements with Aigle Azur, Royal Air Maroc, Tunisair and Turkish Airlines.

 


Air Algérie Class Fares

Air Algérie has two types of cabins: Classes Affaires and Classe Economique.

Classe Affaires is offered on Airbus A330s with reclining seats up to 118 degrees.

The Classe Economique aircraft includes an audio system in each seat.

 


Air Algérie Frequent Flyer Program

Air Algérie has a frequent flyer program called Air Algérie Plus to reward regular passengers with the airline. It is quick and easy to collect your frequent flyer points when you buy your Air Algéri flights with us. For more information on how to do so, visit our Airline Alliance Page.

 


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Air Algérie Route Map

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Air Algérie Destinations

 

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Air Algérie Fleet

The Air Algerie fleet contains eight Airbus A330-200, 12 ATR 72-500, three ATR-600, five Boeing 737-600, two Boeing 737-700C, 25 Boeing 767-800, three Boeing 767-300, one Boeing 737-800 and one Lockhead L-100-30T aircraft.

 



Air Algérie Airport Hub

Houari Boumediene International Airport

Air Algé is based at Houari Boumediene Airport, which is also known as Algiers Airport or Algiers International Airport. It is an international airport serving Algiers, the capital of Algeria. It is located 10.5 mi southeast of the city. Airlines that fly from and to Houari Boumediene Airport include Air France, Air Madrid, Aigle Azur and Qatar.

Approach to Algiers Houari Boumediene Airport

Photo credit: Ercan Karakas


Air Algérie Business Class

Air Algerie offers a premier check-in desk to save First and Business Class passengers time on their arrival. In the "Salon Premiere" Business Class lounge passengers can connect to the internet and enjoy meals and refreshments. On board, Business Class passengers are provided with an in-flight magazine as well as gourmet meals.

 


Air Algérie News

27th June 2018

Air Algérie fly to Valencia

Al Algérie completed its first flights for its new service to Valencia. On 17th June 2018, the airline flew between Houari Boumediene Airport (ALG) and Valencia Airport (VLC) using a Boeing 737 aircraft. The airline will continue to use this jet to operate the service two times a week. The flight is expected to take 45 minutes.

 

3rd May2018

Air Algérie add two more routes to Spain for Summer 2018

The Algerian carrier will add two seasonal routes that will run through summer, both flying direct from Algeria to Spain.

The first will begin service from June 17th between Algiers and Valencia. The flight will run two times a week and will carry passengers on the Boeing B737-600 aircraft. The journey is expected to take one hour and five minutes.

The second route will fly between Tlemcen and Alicante and will start service on May 4th. The flight will operate once a week and will also use the Boeing B737-600 aircraft. The flight time is expected to take one hour and five minutes.

 

22nd March 2018

Air Algérie cancels flights due to bad weather

Air Algérie has bee forced to cancel for of their scheduled flights due to horrendous weather conditions. This includes three international flights and 1 domestic. As well as these cancellations, Air Algérie has announced 4 other cancelled flights to Paris due to a strike in France. Other flights to France may be disturbed but should not be cancelled.

 

4th December 2017

Air Algérie caps hirings as foreign competition hits revenue

Air Algérie President and Chief Executive Officer, Allache Bakhouche, has called on the airline's workforce to come together and assist management in its efforts to contain rising costs, reports ch-aviation.

Last month, the CEO highlighted that the state-owned airline had seen a serious decline in sales for the first nine months of the year but declined to give an exact figure.

However, according to the TSA news agency, Bakhouche painted a grim picture to staff in an open letter dated November 19. In it he said Air Algérie finds itself in a "very difficult situation" marked by negative financials caused by, among other factors, increasing costs, direct and indirect competition which has impacted revenue inflows, an overstaffing in unproductive roles, constraints of expensive public service, and a heavy debt overhang.

"In this context, and concerned with the preservation of jobs and the national economic plan, I appeal to the conscience and responsibility of all: workers, managers and unions, for an effective mobilization towards containing everyday costs," he said adding that "no economization, however small, can be neglected."

"The payroll, being a major component of our operating expenses, and its maintenance at current levels, seems to me to be an absolute necessity to try to curb our expenses and the decline in our operating results," he continues.

Bakhouche said that while there would be no lay-offs, there would not be any new hirings either.

 

11th July 2017

Air Algérie seat capacity up 7.5% in 12 months; Budapest and Porto among new destinations; 31% of traffic flown on domestic routes

Last year, Air Algérie began flights to Budapest, one of a few new additions to the carrier’s route map in 2016. Overall the carrier’s weekly seat capacity has risen 7.5% in S17 when compared to S16. The North African carrier is far from dynamic however, as currently no new routes are planned for the rest of this year, nor are there any for 2018.

Air Algérie is the national airline of Algeria, operating to destinations across Africa, Europe, North America and Asia. The airline currently operates a fleet of 58 aircraft, made-up of: 15 ATR 72-500s; nine A330-200s; five 737-600s; two 737-700s; 25 737-800s; and two 767-300s (of which one is currently stored). The average fleet age is currently just over 10 years old.

Air Algérie is by far the largest airline in its home market, with the carrier controlling 65% of all seats from Algeria in 2016 (up from 63% in 2015), with French carrier Aigle Azur second with 11% of seats and Tassili Airlines third on 3.9%. Overall, Air Algérie is Africa’s fifth largest carrier in relation to passengers carried, with it serving 5.5 million people in 2015. It trails behind EGYPTAIR (8.8 million passengers in 2015), Ethiopian Airlines (7.0), South African Airways (6.6),and Royal Air Maroc (6.2) when consulting data from the African Airlines Association (AFRAA).

Acquiring data about Air Algérie is not as easy as it appears, with the airline not regularly publishing its accounts in an annual report. However anna.aero has been able to track down some figures for the airline via AFRAA, with 2015 being the last year when data was published. That year the carrier handled 5.5 million passengers, up 5.8% when compared to 2014, and up by an impressive 91% since 2007.

 

June 2017

Air Algérie Teams Up With Amadeus

In a bid to bring superior travel experiences to customers on a global scale, Air Algérie has announced that it will be embarking on a 10-year transformation programme to upgrade nearly all its operational and travel management systems through a new partnership with Amadeus.

The milestone agreement, which will support the carrier's expansion, was finalised during a signature event held in Algiers.

 

March 2017

Air Algérie will reduce 30% its number of flights to Paris from March 6 until March 9 2017

The French Civil Aviation Directorate has asked airlines to reduce their flights to Paris by between 25% and 33%. A restriction is due to a strike by air traffic controllers in France that may have consequences on air traffic. Although the strike was announced to last 3 days, the strike union announced that if the negotiations were not conclusive the strike will continue. The consequences for air traffic are likely to continue.

 

April 2017

Air Algerie sign agreement with Tassilli Airlines to serve Gabon

Air Algérie announced it had signed just an air transport agreement, which allows Air Algerie and Tassilli Airlines to serve Gabon. Under the terms of this agreement, it is also indicated that it will enable the airlines of the two national airlines Air Algérie and Tassili Airlines to serve Gabon on the basis of reciprocity in accordance with the legislation in force in both countries.

The agreement, which was signed on 20 April in the Gabonese capital by the Director of Civil Aviation and Meteorology at the Ministry of Public Works and Transport.