Brit Air Update
Brit Air has ceased operations as of 2017 and is no longer flying. If you'd like to fly on similar routes to Brit Air, please take a look at the alternative airlines below.
Alternative Airlines to Brit Air
Please click on the airline logos below to learn more about airlines that fly similar routes to Brit Air:
Brit Air was a French regional airline founded in 1973. It operated regional flights primarily using Bombardier CRJ series aircraft. As an affiliate of Air France under the brand "HOP! Brit Air," it connected smaller cities to Air France's main hubs. In 2016, Brit Air merged with other regional carriers and rebranded as HOP! Air France.
Unfortunately, Brit Air ceased all operations in 2017.
Brit Air primarily operated flights within Europe and domestic routes in France.
|Brest||Brest Bretagne Airport|
|Lorient||Lorient South Brittany Airport|
|Marseille||Marseille Provence Airport|
|Nantes||Nantes Atlantique Airport|
|Nice||Nice Côte d'Azur Airport|
|Paris||Charles de Gaulle Airport|
|Czech Republic||Prague||Václav Havel Airport Prague|
|Italy||Genoa||Genoa Cristoforo Colombo Airport|
|Italy||Rome||Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport|
|Spain||Barcelona||Barcelona–El Prat Airport|
Lyon–Saint-Exupéry Airport is an international airport situated in Lyon, France. The airport serves as a major hub for Air France, the French national carrier, as well as its regional subsidiary airline, HOP! Air France.
This airport is one of the busiest airports in France, handling both domestic and international flights. It has a range of facilities from various dining and shopping options to car rental services, lounges and airport hotels.
Lyon–Saint Exupéry Airport is also frequently served by easyJet, Transavia France and Twin Jet.
Before ceasing operations, Brit Air operated a fleet of over 30 aircraft including the Bombardier CRJ-700 and the Bombardier CRJ-1000.