It has been suspended for more than 15 months due to the Covid-19 pandemic. From June 1st, three shifts of contact with Paris and Marseille will be provided every week.
1 pieceYes The APS agency announced on Monday, May 24 that after the Covid-19 pandemic, Algeria Airlines suspended its services for more than 15 months. In June, Algeria Airlines will gradually resume flights to four countries. “Three weekly flights to and from France will be provided” From 1Yes The Algerian company offers two round-trip flights to/from Paris and one round-trip flight to/from Marseille at the price of June. In addition, it will also provide round-trip transportation to Turkey (Istanbul), Spain (Barcelona) and Tunisia (Tunisia). Weekly flights), according to the text.
It was decided on March 17, 2020 that millions of overseas Algerians had to deal with the closure of borders and the suspension of commercial flights and sea routes. Since then, the authorities have organized repatriation flights for their nationals under conditions, but these flights have been suspended at 1Yes In March, due to the appearance of the English version, it was in Algeria at the end of February.
The authorities stated on May 18 that the land boundary will remain closed, while the air link will be restored from 1.Yes June. The cost of containment and inspection upon arrival will be borne by the passenger, and the passenger must pay before boarding. One of the hotels designated by the authorities will be forcibly closed for five days. If a positive test is conducted after this restriction, the traveler will have to pay for a second stay in the hotel for five days. In the past, the returnees received the full support of the state in the hotel.
The press release did not specify why the number of weekly flights increased to six after the authorities announced the resumption of five daily air routes last week. Since the first case of Covid-19 was discovered on February 25, 2020, Algeria has recorded more than 3,500 deaths and nearly 127,000 cases.