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Winter 2022-2023: Air France to serve 171 destinations including 5 new routes from Paris-Charles De Gaulle
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- A level of activity close to winter 2019 ;
- 171 destinations served worldwide including 5 new routes from Paris-Charles de Gaulle: New York-Newark (United States), Tromsø (Norway), Kittilä (Finland), Innsbruck and Salzburg (Austria) ;
- First flights of the new long-haul Business seat on Boeing 777-300 ER in the coming weeks.
After a summer marked by strong demand for travel, Air France is continuing to reopen its global network. During the 2022-2023 winter season (November 2022 - March 2023), the airline will serve 171 destinations, including 86 long-haul and 85 short- and medium-haul. The company's entire fleet will be in operation and capacity levels across the network will be close to those of winter 2019.
The end of the year will see the launch of Air France's new long-haul cabins. The airline is pursuing its strategy of moving upmarket and is gradually installing a new Business seat which transforms into a real bed almost 2 metres long on 12 Boeing 777-300 ERs. A new sliding door makes it possible to completely privatise the seat area, preserving it from the rest of the cabin. The first flight will take place in the coming weeks to New York-JFK.
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Long-haul: launch of Paris-Charles de Gaulle - Newark, resumption of Cape Town (South Africa) and Tokyo-Haneda (Japan)
Air France is pursuing its proactive policy in term of capacity in the most resilient geographical areas, including North America and Africa.
In North America, and for the second winter in a row, Air France will operate a direct service between Pointe-à-Pitre (Guadeloupe) and Montreal (Canada) from 22 October 2022 with two flights a week operated by Airbus A320.
As the leading airline on the Paris-New York route, Air France will launch a daily non-stop service between its Paris-Charles de Gaulle hub and New York-Newark Liberty Airport (EWR), the second largest international airport serving New York and the surrounding area, on 12 December 2022. This daily flight operated by Boeing 777-200 ER marks the return of Air France to Newark, the airline's historic destination served directly until 2012. It will be in addition to the "Shuttle" service available between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and New York-John F. Kennedy (JFK) with 6 daily flights operated by Air France and 2 by its Skyteam partner Delta Air Lines.
Finally, the Paris-Charles de Gaulle - Dallas summer route will be extended for the winter season with 3 flights per week operated by 777-200 ER.
In Africa, Air France will resume its flights between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Cape Town (South Africa) on 30 October 2022, suspended since the beginning of the Covid crisis. 3 weekly flights will be operated by Boeing 787-9. In addition to Cape Town, Air France operates 7 weekly flights to Johannesburg in South Africa.
NB: as part of the gradual reopening of Japan's borders, Air France has resumed flights between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Tokyo-Haneda (Japan), with 5 weekly flights operated by Boeing 787-9. This winter, Air France will fly from Paris to both Tokyo airports, with up to 5 weekly flights to Tokyo-Narita airport from Paris-Charles de Gaulle.
Short and medium-haul: focus on winter destinations with 4 new seasonal routes from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Austria, Norway and Finland
Winter 2022-2023 will be marked by an extension of Air France's offer to winter destinations and North Africa.
From 30 October 2022, Air France will launch a new route between Paris-Orly and Casablanca, with one daily flight operated by Airbus A320. On the same date, the Nice-London Heathrow (UK) route, which until now has only been operated during the summer peak, will become an annual service, with a daily flight operated by Airbus A320.
Launched in 2021, the seasonal Paris-Charles de Gaulle - Rovaniemi (Finland) route will resume this year from 27 November with up to one daily flight operated by Airbus A320 during the Christmas period.
On 10 December 2022, four new destinations will join the Air France network:
- Kittilä (Finland) and Tromsø (Norway) will both be served once a week by A320 and Airbus A319 respectively. Tromsø will be the most northerly destination on the Air France-KLM network.
- Innsbruck and Salzburg (Austria), with respectively 2 and 1 weekly flight operated by Embraer 190 starting 10 December 2022.
Finally, the summer routes Paris-Orly - Tunis (Tunisia), Marseille - Algiers (Algeria), Toulouse - Algiers (Algeria) and Toulouse - Oran (Algeria) will be extended for the winter season.
Details of the flight schedule, days of operation and fares are available on airfrance.com.
This flight schedule is subject to change and remains subject to obtaining the necessary government authorisations. It will be implemented taking into account the health measures in force in the various countries or destinations served.
Before travelling, Air France invites its customers to check the travel restrictions and documents required on arrival at their destination. For more information, go to airfrance.traveldoc.aero .
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New York Airports: serving one of the world’s biggest metropolitan areas!
The three major airports serving New York City - John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), LaGuardia Airport (LGA) and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) in New Jersey are amongst the busiest in the US, with passenger numbers placing them respectively 6th, 21st and 11th in the country. Their combined passenger boardings in 2017 totaled over 65 million people. JKF and EWR both offer over 160 non-stop destinations, whilst LaGuardia boasts more than 60. Direct flights to Paris with Air France from JFK will connect you with over 200 additional global destinations offered by the French carrier. Paris is also a possibility from LaGuardia and Newark with either Delta or Air France, involving a connecting flight in another US city such as Boston.
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If you are on a flight leaving from New York Airports, you are contributing to one of the city’s key economic sectors. It is estimated that the total of wages from jobs generated directly and indirectly from JFK’s activities alone are in the region of 9.8 billion dollars.
The single most filmed location in movie history is in New York, in the shape of the city’s green lung, Central Park. Estimates vary as to how many films the park has featured in, ranging from 231 to 305!
New York Airports all boast significant parking space ranging from short-term to economy. All operate the E-ZPass Plus automated parking system. Cellphone parking lots, valet parking, a designated ‘Wait Area’ (LGA) and the ‘kiss and fly’ system (JFK) are all ways of making it easier to drop off or pick up passengers.
All airports have multiple public transport options. JFK is accessed from the NYC Subway (A, E, J, Z lines at Jamaica and Howard Beach) and Long Island Rail Road (Jamaica station) by the AirTrain, which stops at all terminals and operates round the clock. From Jamaica station to Terminal 1, it takes about 10 minutes. The NYC Express Bus runs between airports (JKF/LGA/EWR) and from Grand Central, Times Square and the Port Authority to JFK and LGA (90 minutes Grand Central-JFK). Local buses Q3, Q10 and B15 all connect to subway stations (Jamaica, Myrtle Av, Kingston-Throop Avs, Sutter Av-Rutland Rd, New Lots Av), MTA LIRR stations (Hollis, Locust Manor) or the AirTrain to take you to JFK.
Multiple buses serve LaGuardia: the LaGuardia Link (24-hour service, leaving from Woodside 61st station LIRR and Jackson Hgts 74 St Bus terminal, not serving terminal A), the M60 SBS, the Q72 (not terminal A), Q47 (terminal A only) and Q48.
Newark is linked into the Northeast Corridor Line and the North Jersey Coast Line through Newark Liberty International Airport Station. The journey from Penn Station to terminal B can take as little as 40 minutes. The Go28 bus route runs from beside Bloomfield Train Station (Conger St at Glenwood Avenue), past Broad St Station and downtown to all three terminals, taking 35 to 40 minutes to reach terminal C from Conger St at Glenwood Avenue, operating roughly every 30 minutes, except between 1am and 3.30am. NJT and Olympia Trails express buses also serve Newark. Naturally, limo and taxi services can take you to all three airports, as will a selection of ridesharing operations.
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Air France is ramping up its U.S. route network ready for summer 2022, bringing the total number of U.S. airports served to 14.
From March 27, 2022, 3 of the French flag carrier’s nonstop pre-pandemic routes will be re-launched, starting with Paris-Orly (ORY) to New York (JFK) .
The Paris (CDG) to Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) and Denver (DEN) routes will also return.
Let’s take a look at the schedule for the new routes, as well as Air France’s network in America.
March 27, 2022, will see the return of nonstop flights between Paris Orly (ORY) and New York (JFK).
The daily flight is programmed with the following schedule:
- Depart Paris (ORY) 3:10 p.m. — Arrive New York (JFK) 5:45 p.m.
- Depart New York (JFK) 7:50 p.m. — Arrive Paris (ORY) 9:30 a.m. (+1)
Hot Tip: Paris Orly (ORY) is the French capital’s second-largest airport. It mainly serves leisure routes and sees more low-cost airlines than full-service carriers. Paris’ regional rail service — the RER — departs to the airport every 15 minutes and takes around 35 minutes.
Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) will also restart on March 27, 2022.
Air France will face direct competition with American Airlines on this route.
American operates the route daily, while Air France has 5 flights per week scheduled on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at the following times:
- Depart Paris (CDG) 10:10 a.m. — Arrive Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) 1:35 p.m.
- Depart Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) — Arrive Paris (CDG) 8:05 a.m. (+1)
The third route to return will be Air France’s seasonal service between Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and Denver (DEN) that will operate 3 times per week on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays from May 4, 2022, with the following schedule:
- Depart Paris (CDG) 1:10 p.m. — Arrive Denver (DEN) 3:10 p.m.
- Depart Denver (DEN) 5:20 p.m. — Arrive Paris (CDG) 10:40 a.m. (+1)
With the addition of the 3 resumed routes, Air France will fly nonstop to 14 cities across America . This includes Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW), Denver (DEN), Detroit (DTW), Houston (IAH), Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), Minneapolis (MSP), New York (JFK), San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA), and Washington, D.C. (IAD).
Air France is an American Express transfer partner , Brex transfer partner , Capital One transfer partner , Chase transfer partner , Citi transfer partner , and Marriott transfer partner to Air France/KLM’s Flying Blue frequent flyer program .
Hot Tip: You can get great value using Flying Blue miles on reward flights closer to home. Check out our guide on the best ways to redeem Flying Blue miles . You can also see great long-haul routes offered as part of Flying Blue’s Promo Rewards !
Et voilà, no matter where in the U.S. you are this summer, there should be a nonstop Air France flight to Paris departing from not too far away.
It could only be a matter of time before you’re eating escargot while wearing a beret, just like “Emily in Paris.”
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The Hub: Routes and Fleet for Air France
Its primary hub is Paris Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG) with secondary operations at Orly airport. CDG is the primary hub for most intercontinental operations, particularly for business and hub-and-spoke routes connecting through Paris, while Orly is utilized for leisure services to French overseas territories.
Air France HOP! and Transavia France
Air France also has three subsidiary carriers: HOP!, Transavia France and Joon (to be launched in 2018). HOP! is a regional operator that flies to secondary and tertiary markets in France, along with a few major airports in Europe and smaller ones in Eastern Europe. HOP! is based out of Lyon and Orly, and flies ATR 42s, Bombardier CRJ 700s, and Embraer 145/170/190 series.
Transavia France is based out of Orly, Lyon, and Nantes, and operates 737-800s to destinations in Northern Africa, the Near East, and large leisure-oriented markets in Southern Europe, the Mediterranean and Eastern Europe.
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Air France mainline is a predominantly Airbus-oriented fleet with the exception of long-haul, of which the 777 makes up the backbone. Short-haul, the carrier has an entirely Airbus A320-oriented family, offering four models in the A318, A319, A320 and A321 variants.
Air France has 21 Airbus A350s on order, along with 3 787s and 2 Airbus A320s.
Long-haul, Air France has 10 Airbus A380s, which are operated flown to San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York JFK, Washington Dulles, Mexico City, Abidjan, Johannesburg, and Shanghai. It does not intend to take any more deliveries of A380-800s.
Air France also operates 9 Airbus A340-300s, which is becoming more obsolete. The A340 is utilized on routes from Paris CDG to Minneapolis/St. Paul, Detroit, St. Maarten, Bogota, Nouakchott, Bamako, Conakry, Freetown, Lome, Ouagadougou, Niamey, Antananarivo, Cape Town, St. Denis de Reunion, Daoula, Contonou, Beirut, and Tehran.
It also operates the legacy 777-200ER, which flies to the following markets:
Along with the 777-300ER, which is more or less the backbone of its long-haul fleet:
And then finally, the Airbus A330-200, which is its lightest-configured aircraft.
From its Paris Orly hub, Air France offers service to the following long-haul markets
- Sainte-Denis de Reunion
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It also has a very sizable 5th-freedom network:
Regionally-speaking, Air France is present in virtually every market, with the exception of Australia. It is known for having a sizable presence in West and Central Africa, in contrast to KLM which has a larger presence in East Africa as well as the Middle East.
In the Americas region, the market is balanced between Air France and KLM, although many of the transatlantic services from Paris and Amsterdam to the United States are flown on Transatlantic JV partner Delta (and soon to include Virgin Atlantic as well). For example, Delta flies Portland to Amsterdam and Seattle to Paris in lieu of KLM and Air France, respectively. Air France is a bit more represented in the Caribbean due to historical and political ties with the Eastern Caribbean resort and ethnic markets, although KLM is also well-represented in the Netherland Antilles.
In Asia, Air France is a bit more limited, as it only serves Singapore, Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Wuhan, Shanghai, Peking, Seoul, Osaka and Tokyo. Comparatively, KLM serves many of those markets, but also cargo-heavy and ethnic destinations such as Xiamen, Chengdu, Hangzhou, Taipei, Manila, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, and Denpasar.
Not pictured here is India. Air France flies to Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore, while KLM flies to Delhi. Both carriers have an extensive agreement with Jet Airways.
Finally, Air France is very well-represented in Continental Europe
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Where in the world can you fly from RDU? Airport continues to add international flights
Posted: November 14, 2023 | Last updated: November 14, 2023
This year, three airlines have put the spotlight on the “international” part of Raleigh-Durham International Airport.
Monday, Aeromexico announced it would start nonstop flights between RDU and Mexico City next summer, becoming the second destination in Mexico after Cancun.
The announcement comes after Air France recently took over the Paris route from Delta, and Lufthansa announced it would begin flying nonstop between RDU and Frankfurt, Germany , next summer.
If you’re hoping to make use of your passport in the coming year, here’s a look at the nine international destinations you can fly to nonstop from RDU.
Destinations: Cancun and Mexico City
Aeromexico’s announcement gives RDU two nonstop flights to Mexico, after Cancun on the Yucatan Peninsula.
- American and JetBlue already fly to Cancun International Airport, with Delta starting flights in December.
- Aeromexico will begin the 1,675-mile nonstop service to Mexico City Juárez International Airport on July 1, 2024. The 99-seat plane will fly daily under a joint agreement between Aeromexico and Delta Air Lines.
- Book flights at aeromexico.com .
Destinations: Toronto and Montreal
Air Canada has been flying to Toronto since 1997, becoming RDU’s first international carrier. Service to Montreal began in 2019 .
- The airline flies twice daily between RDU and Toronto-Pearson International Airport.
- The Montreal flight is daily on a 50-seat Canadair Regional Jet. It is on pause for now but will resume in May.
- Book flights at aircanada.com .
Lufthansa announced in September that its flights to Frankfurt, Germany , would begin June 6, 2024.
- Lufthansa will operate the flights year around 5 days a week: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Flights will arrive at RDU shortly before 2 p.m. and leave shortly before 4 p.m.
- Frankfurt Airport — 4,277 miles from RDU — is Lufthansa’s hub in Germany, with connecting flights to Europe, Africa, the Middle East and India.
- The plane will have 255 seats with 42 Business, 28 Premium Economy and 185 Economy.
- Book flights at lufthansa.com.
Bahamasair resumed twice weekly flights between the Triangle and Freeport on Grand Bahama Island this month, and they’ll continue through the winter and spring. The airline began flying a year ago to RDU, one of only five U.S. destinations for the carrier, but suspended the service Aug. 20.
- The resumed flights began Nov. 12 and will operate Thursdays and Sundays, taking about two hours each way.
- From Freeport, Triangle travelers can continue on to Nassau, the nation’s capital, where they can catch connecting flights to 11 other airports in the Bahamas.
- The airline says it expects to end the flights for the summer on May 30, 2024.
- Book flights at bahamasair.com .
American Airlines began flying nonstop from RDU to London ’s Heathrow Airport in 1994, but suspended the flights during the COVID-19 pandemic. The direct flights resumed in June 2022.
- The flight operates daily on a Boeing 777-200 aircraft, which has 272 seats, including 36 with lie-flat seating.
- Book flights at aa.com .
The first Air France flight from Paris pulled to the RDU gate in October with much fanfare. Air France took over the Paris route that Delta Air Lines began in 2016 and revived in the spring of 2021.
- The airline will initially fly the Paris route three days a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The airline is scheduled to resume daily flights on March 31.
- Paris offers connecting flights to the rest of Europe, Africa, India and the Middle East.
- Air France and Delta are partners, seamlessly selling tickets to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport on each other’s flights.
- Travelers will fly on a 279-seat Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
- Book flights at airfrance.us .
Icelandair launched new flights to Iceland in May 2022, flying four days a week May through October. Iceland quickly became a popular destination but also a mid-way connector to the United Kingdom, Scandinavia and other parts of Europe, with more than 70,000 passengers taking the route so far.
- This month, the airline said the service would operate daily starting May 20.
- Passengers travel on a 160-seat Boeing 737MAX 8 to Keflavik , the airport outside Iceland’s capital Reykjavik .
- Book flights at icelandair.com .
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This week you may have seen our articles about the air traffic controller strike announced at four French airports for November 20 , the 200,000 Ouigo tickets on sale for €19 and the invalid car insurance that has left many drivers exposed .
Air travel updates:
The extras added to plane tickets now represent half of the income for some airlines, a study has found
Passengers are regularly confronted by a host of ancillary costs when booking tickets. These vary between airlines but can include:
- Fast check-ins
- Priority boarding queues
- Check-in luggage
- Seat selection (including for passengers who want to sit together)
These ancillary costs, which are not immediately made clear to passengers when they look at ticket prices, represent a major windfall for low cost airlines, according to a study by IdeaWorks and CarTrawler.
The airlines that profit the most from additional costs are:
- Wizz Air - 56%
- Frontier - 54.9%
- Spirit - 54.3%
- Allegiant - 51.3%
- Ryanair - 44.7%
- EasyJet - 31.4%
While full-service carriers such as Air France and British Airways do not exploit passenger choices as readily, the industry as a whole has benefited from them in their recovery from the travel slump following the Covid-19 pandemic.
Profits from ancillary costs reached record levels in 2023, rising to $117.9 billion from a previous high of $109.5 billion in 2019.
Ryanair will continue to offer a discount to European Erasmus students during their studies
The low-cost airline has extended the deal with the Erasmus Student Network (ESN) programme for the seventh consecutive year to offer students a 10% discount on four flights over the year of their studies.
The deal also offers students one free 20kg check-in bag per flight.
Since 2017, ESN students have bought more than 700,000 tickets under the deal with Ryanair.
The ESN is a Europe-wide student organisation that supports and develops student exchanges, typically at university level for one year of their study program.
Since Brexit, the UK is no longer in the ESN, however a limited number of ESN students from Europe still study there.
ESN president Rita Dias welcomed the new deal with Ryanair.
“The continuing partnership between Ryanair and ESN represents a key step in ESN’s commitment for more inclusive and affordable mobility for students around Europe,” she said.
“The lack of financial means and the uncertainty of additional costs are one of the main obstacles for participation in the programme and often have a negative impact on students’ overall experience.”
Air France will continue its domestic flights between Paris Orly and the south
In a sudden U-turn, the airline says it will continue to fly to the Paca region following political pressure from the region’s president and the mayors of Marseille and Nice
Air France had announced its withdrawal from Paris-Orly on October 18.
Under the plans, flights to the Paca region were going to be operated by subsidiary Transavia from 2026.
However, president of the Paca region Eric Ciotti, who also leads right-wing party Les Républicains , immediately denounced the proposal.
“This is an intolerable sacrifice of provincial regions,” he declared on X (formerly Twitter)
Mr Ciotti called on "the state, as a stakeholder [in Air France], to reconsider this decision and find a viable, long-term solution”
On November 14, the Paca region, Air France and the mayors of Nice and Marseille released a joint statement announcing that “quality service would continue” between the region and Paris Orly.
The statement pointed to the “lack of a high speed link between the region and the capital" as a key factor in requiring a “consistent, high quality air link.”
“The Paca region and Air France-KLM will work together, with the full support of the Ministry of Transport,” said the statement.
Air France’s proposed withdrawal from Paris Orly would see it concentrate its aircraft at the international hub of Charles de Gaulle airport to the north of Paris.
Volotea is adding 13 new destinations from its new hub in Brest
The Spanish low-cost operator, which already flies to seven destinations from Brittany, announced this week it was expanding to make Brest its ninth French hub.
Volotea has announced the first four new destinations that it will fly to from 2024, which are:
The announcement comes as a bonus to the Breton airport, which has seen a proposed end to its domestic links to Paris-Orly.
The expansion of Volotea’s presence in Brittany will create 30 full-time jobs at the airport and should see 346,000 new passengers, says Volotea.
Last year, Brest airport catered for 776,232 passengers.
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Train Travel updates:
April is the cheapest month to book LeShuttle for a summer trip says a report by a UK Consumer magazine
The study by Which? looked at the average prices of tickets in 2023 from the UK to Europe on ferries and trains booked up to eight months in advance.
For an August trip to France on Le Shuttle, prices for start at:
- January - £163 (€186)
- April - £153 (€175)
- August - £200 (€229)
Most ferry routes were on average less expensive in January, however the magazine found a surprising result for the Portsmouth to Le Havre route:
- January - £370 (€423)
- April - £294 (€336)
- August - £255 (€295)
The greatest average price increases came on the Portsmouth to Caen route:
- January - £302 (€345)
- April - £349 (€399)
- August -£381 (€436)
In general, it is best to book as early as possible and avoid booking in the last three months before departure.
However, the findings suggest that if you cannot book early, sometimes it can pay not rush into a purchase but instead track the prices up to the last three months.
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The first new metro train for the Paris metro arrived two years behind schedule on November 13.
The RER NG, a bigger, more spacious and more energy efficient train will enter service immediately.
The new train will operate on the RER line E, between Saint-Lazare, in Paris, and Chelles-Gournay, in Seine-et-Marne.
“Passengers will see that the space is much more generous,” announced Henri Poupart Lafarge, CEO of manufacturer Alstom.
“It is what is known as a ‘boa’ - movement from one car to another - is very fluid. It has much wider doors, which allow for improved accessibility.”
Accessible, climatisé, vidéo-protégé, le #RERNG est un train nouvelle génération conçu pour améliorer les trajets quotidiens. Pour faciliter la circulation des voyageurs, les rames sont ouvertes, sur 2 niveaux, avec des espaces fluides et de larges portes réparties régulièrement. pic.twitter.com/vrtxcTZEwL — IDF Mobilités (@IDFmobilites) September 18, 2020
The RER acts as a combined city-centre underground and suburbs-to-city-centre rail network.
Some of its trains date from the 1970s, and the network has been in sore need of modernisation.
The new trains were ordered as part of a €3.75 billion contract in 2017, with the first scheduled for delivery in 2021. The region has ordered a total of 371 of them.
However, the project has been hampered by delays.
“I told Alstom, ‘the delays must end now,’” said Valérie Pécresse, president of Ile-de-France Mobilités, the organisation that manages public transport in the Paris region.
“They have to catch up with the timetable by delivering four trains a month.”
The new trains offer a 20% improved capacity on those currently in service, with 1,550 places on each one, a third of which are seated. Alstom says their new trains also use 25% less energy.
The Ile-de France region also announced that it will invest €471m to extend the RER by 330km by 2031.
The investment will fund the creation of 70 new stations, 69 of which will be on the new Grand Paris Express line, which is scheduled to open in 2024.
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Three of the Italian high speed trains have been in operation between Paris and Lyon since October, to increase to five from December 10.
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Tickets between Paris and Lyon are available on the Trenitalia website , starting at €23, and weekend tickets to Chambery from €42.
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Israel-Gaza latest: Gaza health ministry says at least 50 killed in attack on school; pro-Palestinian 'day of action' in UK
A skeleton crew remains at al Shifa hospital after the IDF said it would 'expand evacuation efforts' to allow more people to leave. Meanwhile the Hamas-run ministry of health in Gaza says at least 50 people have been killed in what they say was an Israeli attack on a school.
Saturday 18 November 2023 22:02, UK
- Israel-Hamas war
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- Evening summary
- Hamas-run Gaza health ministry says at least 50 killed at school
- Disease warning as parts of Gaza 'flooded with sewage' amid fuel blockade
- Sean Bell analysis: IDF moving to 'phase two' of offensive
- Dominic Waghorn analysis : Israel has broken northern Gaza - what happens next?
- The war explained: Five ways Israel could deal with Hamas tunnels | What do ordinary Gazans think of Hamas? | A short history of this conflict
- Updates from Mark Stone and Dominic Waghorn in Israel
- Live reporting by Brad Young and (earlier) Ollie Cooper
By Dominic Waghorn , international affairs editor
Israel's beleaguered prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has bowed to pressure after a five-day march by families of hostages taken by Hamas and thousands of supporters.
He has finally agreed to meet the families along with his war cabinet on Monday.
A huge march set off from Tel Aviv on Tuesday, arriving in Jerusalem on Saturday, with thousands joining them on the way.
Among them was Dr Guy Halfteck, who told Sky News it should never have been needed.
"It should not have required a march of 80km (50 miles) with people suffering and families suffering only to get a meeting with the prime minister," he said.
Shelley Shemtov's 21-year-old son Omer was taken by Hamas at the music festival near Gaza on 7 October. The last month and a half has been unbearable, she said.
"It's 43 days of nightmare. We don't sleep, we don't eat. I don't know (if) my son (is) eating, if they are giving him food or if they are beating him. I know nothing. It's a nightmare."
Asked if marching with thousands of others soothed her pain, she said: "Very much. It's a power. They are giving us power."
Read on here...
It has been a day of protest across Europe and the Middle East, which has been captured by Reuters photographers.
In Lisbon, Portugal, four women were photographed carrying bags symbolizing dead children as they took part in a demonstration in solidarity with Palestinians.
Across the border, in Barcelona, Spain, protestors demanded a ceasefire.
Football fans in Istanbul, Turkey, were pictured lighting flares as they took part in a pro-Palestinian demonstration near the Israeli consulate.
In Tel Aviv, Israel, demonstrators called for the immediate release of hostages following a 45-mile, multiple-day march.
One woman was photographed singing in front of banners held by protestors.
Joe Biden has said the Palestinian Authority, which runs the West Bank, should ultimately govern Gaza following the conflict.
The US president made the comments in a Washington Post opinion piece covering a range of topics related to the war.
"As we strive for peace, Gaza and the West Bank should be reunited under a single governance structure, ultimately under a revitalised Palestinian Authority, as we all work toward a two-state solution," the US president said.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has previously said Gaza was an integral part of Palestine, and the authority could assume administration of the territory.
"There must be no forcible displacement of Palestinians from Gaza, no reoccupation, no siege or blockade, and no reduction in territory," Mr Biden said.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has previously said Israel must maintain "overall military responsibility" in Gaza "for the foreseeable future".
West Bank "extremists"
Mr Biden said the US is prepared to issue visa bans against "extremists" attacking civilians in the West Bank.
"I have been emphatic with Israel's leaders that extremist violence against Palestinians in the West Bank must stop and that those committing the violence must be held accountable," Mr Biden said.
Violence by Israeli settlers against Palestinians living there has increased since Hamas's attack on Israel.
If you're just joining us, here are some of the key developments that have taken place so far today.
School deaths: A video showed dozens of bodies surrounded by blood on the floor of a UN-run school in Jabalia refugee camp. The Hamas-run Gaza health ministry accused Israel of striking the building and killing at least 50 people, as well as hitting a second school in Beit Lahiya. The IDF said it was looking into the reports.
Confusion over hospital evacuation: Many people left al Shifa hospital amid conflicting reports over whether they did so voluntarily. Israel Defence Forces categorically denied they had ordered an evacuation, saying they met a request by the director of the hospital to enable people to leave securely.
Hostages march: Thousands completed the final leg of a five-day march in Israel, among them the families of 50 hostages calling on Benjamin Netanyahu to consider a ceasefire deal or a prisoner exchange to free their relatives.
UK protests: Pro-Palestinian protests took place across the UK, with a sit-in inside London's Waterloo station ending in five arrests.
Al Mawasi: Israel said it did not order people who fled to Khan Younis, in southern Gaza, to evacuate again, following reports of leaflets being dropped in the south urging people to flee to al Mawasi.
A UN aid agency has said the level of fuel being allowed into Gaza by Israel was creating "major" health hazards.
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) said that only half the daily minimum fuel required for humanitarian operations was available.
Without the rest, large parts of Gaza will remain "flooded with sewage, further increasing risks of diseases," and 70% of solid waste will not be removed, said the UNRWA.
It added that fuel restrictions have left Palestinian people without sufficient drinking water.
"Humanitarian organisations should not be forced to make tough decisions between competing lifesaving activities," said the agency.
"Community tensions in a once close-knitted society are likely to increase, making it even more difficult for UNRWA and other organisations to operate in environment of un precedented humanitarian crisis."
Overnight, Israel said it had agreed to allow two truckloads of fuel per day into Gaza.
A US State Department official specified around 140,000 litres of fuel would be allowed in every two days, with most of that intended for trucks delivering aid, as well as supporting the UN in providing water and sanitation.
Thousands of marchers, including relatives of more than 50 hostages, reached Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office today, calling on the government to do more to bring home some 240 people held by Hamas.
It was the fourth leg of a five-day, 45-mile walk from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, with the families asking the War Cabinet for more information on their relatives whereabouts and to consider a ceasefire deal or a prisoner exchange to free them.
International affairs editor Dominic Waghorn has been speaking to some of those taking part...
We join Dr Guy Halfteck, who has walked 20 miles and says the march "was very hopeful."
Asked about whether Benjamin Netanyahu should meet the families, he says he should "come and speak to them. They have a vested interest in this situation".
The War Cabinet were set to meet the families of the hostages in Tel Aviv at 4.30pm (GMT).
We ask Ariel Tishby, who is also at the march, whether the Prime Minister should resign. He says: "Absolutely. Our prime minister doesn't belong here. He lost his credit long ago."
Shelley Shemtov's 21-year-old son Omer was kidnapped by Hamas at the Nova Festival on 7 October. She tells us she feels very emotional that people came to the march to support them.
She says the world needs to wake up - "all the world needs to be with us."
By Mollie Malone, correspondent
As hundreds of people gathered to march through Keir Starmer's constituency in North London this afternoon, the chants and the calls for a ceasefire were familiar.
But there was fresh political momentum behind what people there were feeling.
"The Labour Party position is unacceptable," one woman told me. A long standing Labour voter, she said she'd "never" back them again over their stance on a ceasefire.
Others told me they felt "embarrassed" by the party position and "back" those senior front benchers who rebelled, resigning from their shadow ministerial positions in a crucial commons vote earlier in the week.
Ever since that vote there have been demonstrations by pro-Palestinian protesters. At one I went to in Tower Hamlets, people chanted "shame on you" outside the constituency office of Rushanar Ali MP, who abstained.
In Camden today I met a former Tower Hamlets Labour councillor.
"People elected these politicians," Wais Islam told me.
"This is the reaction you get when you don't represent," he said.
He said the "number one threat" to Keir Starmer was his seat if he "doesn't vote for a ceasefire".
On roads out of Gaza City, in the north of the territory, Associated Press photographers have captured images of Palestinians fleeing south.
One photograph showed people fleeing on foot along Salah al-Din Street, as an Israeli army bulldozer moved in the background.
By Sean Bell , military analyst
The Israeli Defence Forces launched an immediate and robust response to the 7 October Hamas attack, but the military strategy appeared to be based more on anger and the need to "do something and swiftly" - rather than on a measured and considered military plan.
The first phase of the IDF ground offensive was focused on northern Gaza, with the implicit objectives of seizing Gaza City, destroying Hamas and freeing the hostages.
However, despite growing civilian casualties and an escalating humanitarian crisis, these objectives have not yet been achieved.
The IDF has stated it intends to expand the ground offensive to "wherever Hamas are hiding", which will inevitably mean that the IDF focus has to shift - eventually - to southern Gaza.
Although the IDF has not completed its military activity to the north, it is clearly preparing the ground for the next phase of the ground offensive.
The IDF has reportedly been releasing leaflets over the Khan Younis region urging the civilians to move west to al Mawasi - on the west coast.
This was, however, denied by an IDF spokesperson on Sky News earlier (see 1.55pm post).
Khan Younis is significant because it is the power base of the Hamas regional leader Yahya Sinwar.
However, having moved hundreds of thousands of Palestinian civilians out of northern Gaza, the population density in the south is extremely high.
As a result, IDF airstrikes would inevitably involve increased civilian casualties, so the expectation is that "phase two" of the IDF ground offensive would see strikes reduced and an increasing reliance on land forces.
Senior IDF officials recognise that this next phase of the offensive will be more difficult - involving greater civilian and military casualties.
Ideally, the IDF will need to clear away the civilian population before mounting a land offensive, although the proposed move to al Mawasi does not appear feasible.
One option might have been to relocate the Palestinians from south to north, using the limited access across the river to identify any Hamas fighters fleeing the south, before tackling them.
However, that would distance the civilians from the vital humanitarian supply routes across the southern border.
The IDF has made clear that this war will continue until all the hostages are released.
Meanwhile, with a spiralling humanitarian crisis and a growing list of civilian casualties, there is growing international concern about what this next phase of the Israeli offensive will actually achieve, and whether the Israeli political imperative justifies the rising civilian deaths and humanitarian crisis.
The Israel Defence Forces has shared more footage purporting to show its air force carrying out strikes in Gaza.
The video shows the Israeli Air Force firing at what it said were "Hamas command centres".
The footage cannot be verified.
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