Air France and Chalair have announced a code-share agreement which offers Air France customers additional travel opportunities to and from the French regions, providing them with easier access to the entire Air France network.
Effective today, this agreement concerns six routes in France operated by Chalair:
Flights are operated by ATR 72 (70 seats) and ATR 42 (48 seats).
In particular, this code-share agreement will enable customers to benefit from seamless services from the French regions as well as baggage checked to its final destination when connecting to and from an Air France or Chalair flight.
Eligible Air France customers(1) benefit from SkyPriority services at the airport and on board flights operated by Chalair. Members of Flying Blue, the Air France-KLM frequent flyer programme, can also earn Miles and XPs.
Chalair Aviation is an independent French airline.
Chalair has been operating in France since 1986 and has more than 33 years of aeronautical experience, making it one of the 3 oldest French airlines.
The airline is expanding fast. Its fleet comprises 15 aircraft with between 19 and 70 seats. It operates more than 160 weekly flights, on departure from 17 French airports.
Chalair is currently the benchmark airline in French regional transport in the sector of aircraft with less than 70 seats.
(1) Business customers, Club 2000, Platinum and Gold members of the Air France-KLM Flying Blue frequent flyer program.