ZRH: Air Corsica flies to Ajaccio again

ATR72-500 (Photo: Maximilian Gruber).
ATR72-500 (Photo: Maximilian Gruber).

ZRH: Air Corsica flies to Ajaccio again

ATR72-500 (Photo: Maximilian Gruber).
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Air Corsica resumed seasonal summer service to Ajaccio on July 2nd.

It was already clear in January that the capital of the French Mediterranean island of Corsica would return to Zurich Airport's flight schedule. Last Saturday the time had come: Air Corsica's ATR 42-500 transported passengers from Zurich to Ajaccio. The Zurich-Ajaccio route will be flown again. The flight connection will be operated once a week on Saturdays in July. A second flight will be added on Tuesday in August. This is reported by the Swiss travel portal About Travel. A flight time of 620 hours and 2 minutes is given for the almost 25 kilometers as the crow flies.

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