Geneva: L'Odyssey wants to start with a chartered Saab 340B

Saab 340B (Photo: V1Images.com/David Dolinay).
Saab 340B (Photo: V1Images.com/David Dolinay).

Geneva: L'Odyssey wants to start with a chartered Saab 340B

Saab 340B (Photo: V1Images.com/David Dolinay).
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A virtual airline with a French background is to be launched in Switzerland under the name L'Odyssey. From the end of June 2022, charter flights with Saab 340B will be offered from Geneva. Operational implementation is to be carried out by RAF-Avia.

The company is currently planning to serve Toulon, Deauville, Bergerac and Dinard from Geneva. In addition, London City with a stopover in Deauville is to be headed for. According to their own statements, the chartered aircraft should have 27 seats.

The first flight is scheduled for June 30, 2022 in the direction of Tolon. This destination will be served four times a week from Geneva. From July 1, 2022, there will be two flights a week to Deauville. London City flights are scheduled to commence on July 2, 2022 and will be served twice daily from Deauville. Bergerac and Dinard are to be headed for once a week from the same day.

According to CH-Aviation.com, L'Odyssey is a subsidiary of Paris-based Jet Airlines. In the past, they had some charter flights carried out with Cessna Citation 525A. The machine was operated by Dal Aviation. The Saab 340B with the registration YL-RAE is to be used on the flights from Geneva. This has been parked at Örebro Airport since February 18, 2022.

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