Flying Green is a new startup airline, to be based in Paris, France. The new airline promises to be fully sustainable and environmentally friendly, while offering a premium flying experience for passengers. Through its commitment to and investment in the latest technology, including the use of aeronautical biofuel, the airline aims to be net zero in its emission of CO2.
Flying Green will have its primary hub at Paris Orly Airport and is currently in the process of acquiring aircraft for its fleet. The company has expressed interest in the Airbus A320neo aircraft.
Flying Green aims to launch in 2023.
It is not yet possible to book flights with Flying Green. In the meantime, you can take a look at our list of alternative airlines below, to discover airlines that operate similar routes from Paris.
The airline will launch in 2023 and will initially focus on medium-haul flights to/from Paris Orly Airport. Destinations will likely include international cities in Europe, although no further information has yet been announced.
Details for checked baggage allowance have yet to be announced.
Checked baggage cannot weigh over 32kg due to international health and safety regulations and it must not exceed the permitted size allowance.
The airline hasn't announced any carry-on baggage allowance yet. Carry-on baggage must fit in the overhead storage lockers or under the seat in front. No prohibited items should be in carry-on baggage.
It is not yet known whether online check-in will be available.
The airline has yet to publish a statement regarding airport check-in times. It is advised to arrive as early as possible for international flights, usually 2 hours prior to scheduled departure.
The airline will have Economy and Business Class seating.
The brand-new cabins will be designed with a focus on optimising the onboard experience for the passenger, including the latest ambient aircraft lighting. This LED lighting technology helps passengers better adapt to jet lag. The Airbus A320 Neo is also offers of the quietest cabins, helping passengers to relax.
The seats will be flexible to help each and every passenger fly in comfort. The new ergonomic side walls and extra large storage containers will help make the flying experience as easy and relaxing as possible.
As well as Economy Class seating, the airline has stated that it will also offer a Business Class upgrade. However, more information about the onboard experience in the Business Class cabin has yet to be announced.
The airline hopes to operate a fleet of brand new Airbus A320 neo aircraft.
Paris Orly Airport (IATA: ORY), also referred to as 'Orly', is an international airport serving Orly and Villeneuve-le-Roi, about 8 miles south of the city centre of Paris. Flights operate from Orly to destinations including Flights operate to destinations within Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Caribbean and North America. The airport is a secondary hub for Air France as well as a base for Transavia France. Other airlines to fly to Orly include: Air Caraïbes, Air Europa, easyJet, Lufthansa, Royal Air Maroc, Wizz Air, Vueling, Tunisair, and Transavia.
The airline does not currently offer a frequent flyer program.
The airline is not currently part of an airline alliance program.
The following airlines currently operate international flights to/from Orly Airport, Paris.
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6 diciembre 2021
The new airline aims to combine “economic performance, a minimal ecological footprint and high-level technical skills”. Flying Green states that it will be the only French airline to have a fleet of the latest generation aircraft, which are much quieter and consume at least 20% less fuel.
Flying Green is committed to implementing the latest technologies to operate more efficiently. The French airline will have a fleet of latest generation aircraft (likely the Airbus A320neo), which is quieter and consumes 20% less fuel. The airline claims that a passenger travelling with Flying Green will reduce their CO2 emissions by 16% on average.