ASL Airlines France is a French airline headquartered in Tremblay en France, France. Its main hub is at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris. The airline operates mail and cargo flights for the postal service and newspaper dispatch as well as passenger flights. They were rebranded in June 2015 from Europe Airpost and now the airline 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.
The fleet includes 3 x Boeing 737-300QC, 6 x Boeing 737-700, and 2 x Boeing 737-800 aircraft. ASL Airlines France's cargo fleet consists of the Boeing 737-300F and Boeing 737-400F.
On ASL Airlines France flights, travellers will be allowed to bring one piece of carry-on baggage. Please note that the weight limitations of your carry-on baggage will vary depending on the destination you're flying to - check your flight itinerary to find out your baggage allowance. You'll also be allowed to bring one personal item e.g. laptop, handbag or tote bag.
Your baggage allowance will depend on the flight fare that you purchase at the time of booking. If you require extra baggage, you can purchase this at the time of booking or after.
E-cigarettes and spare batteries for their use are forbidden prohibited items on ASL Airlines France flights.
Please note that if your baggage exceeds the allowance, then you'll be subject to extra costs at the airport. Due to health and safety regulations, each individual baggage you check in mustn't exceed 32kg. ASL Airlines France will not check in any baggage over 32kg.
If you wish to transport any sports equipment such as golf bags, bicycles, diving equipment, skis, canoe-kayak, windsurfing boards, hockey equipment, or water skis, you can do so by adding 'special baggage' to your booking at an additional fee. Strollers (one per infant) and wheelchairs are transported free of charge.
ASL Airlines France are yet to offer online check-in.
It is recommended that passengers check in at the airport at least two hours prior to flight departure time. Check-in counters close 60 minutes before the scheduled departure time. Please note that if you're late to the airport check in then you'll be unable to board on the plane.
The cabins are WiFi enabled, allowing passengers to stay connected. According to the length of the flight, a food and beverage service may be provided for free. Chargeable snack options will also be available. On some flights, a series of duty free products are sold.
The airline offers comfortable seating.
Although ASL Airlines doesn't have a specific Business Class service, onboard 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 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 the airline flis to:
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.
ASL Airlines France will offer a number of sandwiches, small lunches and drinks that you can purchase onboard. Please note that payments on ASL Airlines France can only be done in cash (Euros only) or by credit card (Carte Bleue, MasterCard, Visa Card Visa). Depending on the length of your flight, on charter flights, you'll receive a food and beverage service free of charge.
ASL Airlines France allows pregnant women to fly up until the 8th month of pregnancy. You must bring a medical certificate that proves that you are fit to fly. Pregnant women will not be able to fly with ASL Airlines beyond the 8th month.
ASL Airlines France will offer special assistance for children who need to fly from the age of 4 to 12 years. The child will be looked after during the airport and flight journey. Unaccompanied minors must present a certificate which states parent/guardian consent.
ASL Airlines France doesn't have a have frequent flyer programme. ASL Airlines travellers can't earn or spend points.
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