- Paris -Orly
- Paris -Charles de Gaulle
- Lyon -Saint Exupéry
Airlinair was a French regional airline based in Paris and bases on its airports, Orly and Charles de Gaulle and Lyon. She was a partner of Air France.
Airlinair was founded in 1998, the air traffic was recorded a year later. The owners of the Company are currently private investors to about 80 % and Brit Air (a subsidiary of Air France -KLM ) with about 19 %. In April 2013, the range was from Régional, Brit Air and Airlinair branded Hop! merged.
Airlinair operated mainly a network of routes within France, many of them in the name and on behalf of Air France. In addition, some destinations were served in Europe, including London and Rome. Targets in German-speaking countries were Basel, Bern, Cologne / Bonn and Stuttgart.
In January 2013, the fleet of 24 aircraft from Airlinair passed with an average age of 16.9 years:
- 03 ATR 42-300
- 13 ATR 42-500
- 02 ATR 72-200
- 06 ATR 72-500