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Easyjet has signed a three-year con­tract with French tourism de­vel­op­ment agency Atout France, which will see the air­line be­come one of its main trans­port part­ners. The cam­paign will fo­cus on pro­mot­ing Paris and the Côte d’azur, in par­tic­u­lar Nice ( pic­tured above), where easyjet is the largest air­line, with more than 220 flights a week. “The cam­paign will seek to show ev­ery­thing France has to of­fer from a city break in Paris to a hol­i­day on the French Riviera,” said James Mil­lett, easyjet’s di­rec­tor of dig­i­tal and mar­ket­ing.


Paris has in­tro­duced a new travel ticket in an ef­fort to fight the pol­lu­tion prob­lem that con­tin­ues to af­fect the city. Priced at €3.80, the all-day ticket al­lows peo­ple to travel any­where in the Île-de-france re­gion us­ing the RER, métro and most bus ser­vices. It is hoped that the at­trac­tive ticket price will en­cour­age res­i­dents and vis­i­tors to make full use of pub­lic trans­port in­stead of the car. The of­fer will last un­til air pol­lu­tion drops to safe lev­els.


SNCF has opened ticket sales for its two new high-speed lines, TGV Ar­morique and TGV Océane, which come into ser­vice on 2 July. The TGV Ar­morique will link Paris to Rennes, cap­i­tal of Brit­tany ( pic­tured), in 1hr 25min (45min quicker than now), while the TGV Océane will take pas­sen­gers to Bordeaux from Paris in 2hr, re­duc­ing the jour­ney time by 1hr 15min.

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