Middle East Airlines Will Cut The Number Of Flights To Paris By Half

Middle East Airlines Will Cut The Number Of Flights To Paris By Half
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Lebanon’s flag carrier Middle East Airlines (MEA) has canceled some of its upcoming flights to France.

In a press release issued on Sunday, MEA announced the cancellation of its flights to Charles de Gaulle Airport – Paris on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday (1, 3, 4, and 6 February).

Flights to the French capital due Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday (2, 5, and 7 February) will take place without any disruptions, the press release noted.

“As for codeshare flights with Air France, passengers are kindly requested to contact Air France.”

Additionally, passengers are requested to check the new entry regulations introduced by the French authorities.

MEA‘s decision to reduce the number of flights to France comes as the country tightens its entry restrictions in an attempt to curb the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and its new strains.

MEA has also suspended flights to Saudi Arabia for a week.

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Middle East Airlines Will Cut The Number Of Flights To Paris By Half

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