Corsair to Offer Nonstop Flights from Miami to Paris

by Daine Taylor
Corsair to Offer Nonstop Flights from Miami to Paris

Photo: Corsair


Corsair, the long-haul French carrier, recently announced it will be launching nonstop flights from Miami to Paris-Orly this year. 

Right now, Miami is the only U.S. destination where Corsair will offer the nonstop flight service. Flights to Paris departing from Miami International Airport are currently scheduled for Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. But starting in December, Corsair will start offering daily flights.

Additionally, Corsair will offer passengers the opportunity to continue with another leg of their trip to destinations like Bordeaux or Lyon. In cooperation with the SCNF, the French railways, passengers can schedule visits to 18 cities via the French bullet train, while booking their trip on the Corsair site.

The airline offers three types of service to satisfy the needs of every kind of traveler: Business, Premium Economy, and Economy. Business-class passengers are offered a special check-in process, expedited security and lounge access. Onboard, travelers will be provided with an iPad, which can be used for in-flight entertainment, along with noise canceling earphones. Passengers can also enjoy catered meals, making for a smooth and enjoyable evening flight.

Corsair also offers Premium Economy class, recently rated as the "best premium economy class in the world" by Flight Report, for its spacious seating, catering and overall service.

France is a top worldwide destination, receiving over 90 million visitors per year. About 50 million visitors go to Paris every year. And as a buzzing business destination, many South Florida residents travel to the country every year.

Corsair is offering a competitive alternative when booking a flight to Paris, while satisfying the need of all types of travelers. From those traveling for business looking for flexibility, to tourists and the more than 40,000 expats who live in South Florida and go to France to visit family and friends, Corsair provides a new choice.

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