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About ASL Airlines France

ASL Airlines France is a French airline which operates mail and cargo flights for the postal service and newspapers dispatch as well as passengers. ASL Airlines France was rebranded in June 2015 from Europe Airpost and flies to many destinations including Sal Island, Boa Vista, Salzburg, Pula, Split City, Dubrovnik, Larnaca, Kittila, Ajaccio, Bastia, Bordeaux, Brest, Dole, Grenoble, Lyon, Limoges, Paris and Rennes. ASL Airlines France main hub is based at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris.


ASL Airlines Fleet

The ASL Airlines France fleet includes three Boeing 737-300QC, six Boeing 737-700, two Boeing 737-300F and fou Boeing 737-400F aircraft.


ASL Airlines France Baggage

Excess Baggage

If your luggage exceeds the allowance, you will have to pay an extra charge in accordance with our excess luggage grid. REMINDER: Under no circumstances may your luggage exceed 32 kg. If it does, it will probably not be checked in the hold.

Special Baggage

Transportation of golf bags, bicycles, diving equipment, skis, canoe-kayak, windsurfing boards, water skis, are accepted in hold and are subject to specific rates available in our excess luggage grid. Strollers (one per infant) and wheelchairs are transported free of charge.

Prohibited Items in Checked Baggage

E-cigarettes and spare batteries for their use are forbidden prohibited items.

Carry-on Baggage

You are entitled to carry a single piece of hand baggage.


ASL Airlines Check-in Information

Online Check-In

ASL Airlines France is yet to offer online check-in.

Airport Check-in

ASL Airlines recommends that passengers check in at the airport at least two hours prior to flight departure time. Check-in counters close 40 minutes before scheduled departure time.


ASL Airlines Business Class

Although ASL Airlines doesn't have a specific Business Class service, on board its charter flights it aims to provide customers with optimum comfort and entertainment. Passengers can access the airlines' in-flight WIFI service on the airlines' B737-700 aircraft and gain accesss to games, movies, documentaries, and magazines on their personal devices. Passengers will also be served free food and drinks in accordance with the duration of their flight.


ASL Airlines Destinations

ASL Airlines France flies to a number of destinations in Europe and Africa including Algiers, Chlef, Oran, Sal Island, Boa Vista, Oujda, Brussels, Paphos, Kittila, Ajaccio, Bastia, Bordeaux, Brest, Clermont-Ferrand, Dole, Grenoble, Limoges, Lyon, Marseille, Montpellier, Nice, Paris, Rennes, Strasbourg, Toulouse, Eilat, Tel Aviv, Naples and Seville. Here is a full list of destinations that ASL Airlines France fly to:

Domestic Destinations

Ajaccio Bastia Bordeaux Brest
Dole Grenoble Limoges
Lyon Marseille Montpellier Nice
Paris Rennes Strasbourg Toulouse


International Destinations

Algiers Belgrade Boa Vista Brussels
Chief Eilat Kittilä Naples
Oran Oujda Paphos Sal Island
Seville Tel Aviv    


ASL Airlines France Hub Airport

Charles de Gaulle Airport

Charles de Gaulle Airport is an international airport in Paris, France and is the hub airport for ASL Airlines France. The airport is the biggest and busiest airport in France and is one of the largest airports in the whole of Europe. 

Charles de Gaulle Airport is split into three separate terminals — Terminal 1, Terminal 2 and Terminal 3, from which all international and domestic services are shared across. When Terminal 2 was originally built, it exclusively facilitated services flown by Air France. However, over time, the terminal has welcomed other airlines and it now facilitates a large number of different airlines. Terminal 3 is mainly used for low-cost carriers, as well as cargo services.

Other airlines that use Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport as their hub include Air France and XL Airways France


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ASL Airlines France News

10th May 2018

ASL to launch low-cost Tel Aviv-Paris flights

The French carrier's CEO: Its clear we'll be able to take market share away from El Al, whose prices are double ours.”

ASL Airlines France is trying to grab a share of the market for direct flights between Tel Aviv and Paris by offering an especially low price: $275 for a round-trip flight. ASL will begin operating two weekly flights to Israel on July 3, competing with a range of rivals on direct flights to Paris, including El Al Israel Airlines Ltd. (TASE: ELAL), Air France, Transavia Airlines, XL, Arkia Airlines, and easyJet.

Passenger traffic on the Tel Aviv-Paris route totaled over 855,000 passengers in 2017, 4% more than in the preceding year. Paris is the second most popular destination for Israelis after Istanbul, from where over 85% of passengers continue to other destinations.

”This is a high-volume route with lively traffic. Despite the large number of airlines, there is still a shortage of seats,” Jean-Francois Dominiak, who has been CEO of ASL since 2000, told “Globes.” “Competition is a spur, not something that deters us. It's clear to us that we'll be able to take market share away from El Al, whose prices are double ours.”

ASL is part of the ASL group, founded in Ireland, which includes a number of airlines from countries in Europe (Belgium, Spain, Ireland, and others). The group finished 2017 with a €1 billion turnover. The carrier's air fleet contains 140 airplanes and 2,500 staff from 52 countries. ASL France has a fleet of 15 airplanes and a turnover of €150 million. The company is in the midst of changing and adapting to a dynamic market. “The low cost airlines are growing in France, too, as they are all over the world,” Dominiak says. The adaptation includes extending its portfolio of charter flights to regular flights like the one on the route to Israel. The company began mostly as a cargo airline with an emphasis on passenger flights. Its business is now equally divided between cargo and passengers. ASL has also developed a plane that can be converted from a cargo plane to a passenger plane in 20 minutes.

”El Al faces growing competition. Our strong point is service, and that's how we want passengers to distinguish us. It sounds like a slogan, but it's something that we apply in practice,” Dominiak declares. The company's planes are narrow-bodied with 150 seats, including 14 in business class. “The small airliner enables us to achieve full occupancy, and reflects a streamlining model that is expressed in the ticket price,” he explains.

”Globes”: Why did you not develop the cargo business, which has grown together with online shopping, and accounts for a large proportion of the airlines' business?

Dominiak: ”We work in cooperation with the French post office. The volume of ordinary postal deliveries like letters is dropping. The e-commerce sector is growing, but the main players in it are private delivery companies like FedEx and DHL. In addition, in Europe, most deliveries are by truck, not airlines, because of the cost. A Frenchman or Frenchwoman who orders a package from Poland prefers paying less for delivery and getting his or her package in two days via truck. Our fellow-subsidiaries in the group are growing as a result of cargo business, thanks to cooperation with the delivery companies. We've chosen to focus on passengers who are traveling now, with an emphasis on Europe and the Middle East. We have been working for years with Isrotel and Israelis in packages including flights to Ovda Airport and Tel Aviv. We spotted the potential of the market in Israel, and decided to operate independent flights, at this stage to Paris. In the next stage, we will consider flights from other destinations in France, including Toulouse, Nice, Lyon, and others.

”We aren't trying to grow by opening routes to new destinations; we're trying to strengthen the existing routes in which we see value. We realized that there is traffic from Paris to North Africa, mainly Morocco and Algeria, and we decided to enter these destinations with a focus on passengers visiting friends and relatives. This is also the potential of the route to Tel Aviv - both Israelis traveling to France and French people traveling to Israel.” French and Israeli passengers pay the same prices for flights.

”95% of our flights take off on time,” Dominiak adds. “This a habit we have adopted from our cooperation with the French post office, and it's something that passengers appreciate. The price is important to passengers, but also the service, and this is our trump card.”

At this stage, flights on the Tel Aviv-Paris route are reserved only for the summer of 2018 (July-August). Dominiak notes, however, that flights will probably now be extended to the rest of the year. “We're waiting to see how the market responds to us. As of now, it looks promising, and the pace of orders is greater than the target we set. In the business model, we know that it's possible to make money only starting in the third year of operating the route, so the target at this stage is to break even. If we don't manage to reach this stage, we're in trouble.”

Prices for ASL's flights begin at $275 round trip without luggage, $300 including luggage, and $620 for business class. The flights include a kosher meal. For the sake of comparison, flights by competing airlines scheduled for July 10 cost $380-390 on XL and Transavia and $530 on El Al and Air France (according to the Eshet Tours website, as of today). A flight with easyJet on this date costs €285. ASL's weak point, however, is its takeoff slots in Israel: 8:30 PM, landing just after midnight in Paris.

Dominiak is aware that this problem could drive away passengers, who will have to take into account another night in a hotel, for example. “The slots reflect the competition. I know that the competitors have better slots, and so our price is aggressive. The consolation is that on the way back from Paris, flights take off at 2:00 PM and land in Israel at 7:30 PM. This is a convenient time for businesspeople and people traveling for a few weeks to visit family, for whom the arrival time is in any case not critical. easyJet flights from Israel also land in Paris around midnight, and its airplanes are full. People are willing to compromise on the landing time if they pay a lot less,” he says. In the same breath, Dominiak emphasizes, “Maybe we'll try to exchange the flight days and maybe find better slots in the future. Even if the hours aren't the most convenient, with us, you get service that you're not used to. I'm not competing with low cost, because my product is better. On the other hand, the two airlines that operate regular flights from here can't compete with my price. I'm actually offering something that doesn't exist on the route to Paris: a regular flight at the price of the low-cost flight.”

12th April 2018

ASL to launch low-cost flights between Tel Aviv - Paris

The French carrier's CEO plans to steal customers from its competition at El Al, who he claims have "prices double ours.” Their especially low price for return flights will commence at the begining of July. Othe competitors on this route include Air France, Transavia Airlines, XL, Arkia Airlines, and easyJet. Passenger traffic on the Tel Aviv-Paris route totaled over 855,000 passengers in 2017, 4% more than in the preceding year. Paris is the second most popular destination for Israelis after Istanbul, from where over 85% of passengers continue to other destinations.

27th June 2017

ASL confirms purchase of TNT Express airlines

ASL Aviation Group of Ireland has acquired the airline operations of TNT Express (TNT Airways in Belgium and Pan Air Líneas Aéreas in Spain).

The two airlines are to be renamed ASL Airlines Belgium and ASL Airlines Spain respectively. This brings the total number of airlines for ASL to 9.

ASL’s offer to acquire the two TNT Express carriers was announced on 5th February this year and was conditional on the intended acquisition of TNT Express by FedEx. On May 18, the FedEx offer to acquire TNT was declared unconditional.

In conjunction with the transaction, ASL has entered a multi-year service agreement to operate flights for the new FedEx-TNT combination. ASL will continue to serve multiple airline customers.

Headquartered in Dublin, ASL is an established operator with airlines in Europe, Africa and Asia. The group also includes a number of aviation support companies and leasing entities.

ASL’s airlines operate scheduled, ACMI and charter passenger and cargo flights on six continents under its own brands and for a range of global customers.

The addition of the 35 aircraft in the two airlines brings the total ASL fleet to over 130 cargo and passenger aircraft.

As part of the transaction, ASL expects that the airlines "will maintain contracts with partner contractors, suppliers and airlines which currently operate an additional 20 aircraft daily for TNT Airways".

This brings the operational ASL fleet to over 150 aircraft from ATR42 turbo props to Boeing 747s.