Start-Ups Group Dubreuil rebrands French Blue

The French start-up carrier French Blue has announced the renaming into “French”.

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From its hub Paris Orly, French Blue offers long haul low cost flights since September 2016. In the first year, the carrier flew to Punta Cana and Saint-Denis on the island of Réunion.

In May 2018, the carrier plans to open a new route from Paris to Faa’a International Airport in French Polynesia via San Francisco Airport. Due to a high similarity of the carrier’s name French Blue with a US airline, US authorities recommended a change of name. Therefor French Blue officially announced to rebrand as French. French’s management announced the new name is only an interim solution as the team is developing a new brand concept.

French blue is a subsidiary of the French holding company Group Dubreuil. In addition to French Blue, the company owns Guadeloupe-based Air Caraibes.

French Blue operates a fleet of one Airbus A330-300 with 378 seats (28 Premium, 350 Economy) and one A350-900 with 411 seats (35 Premium, 376 Economy). 

Source © frenchblue.com

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