Baboo is expanding its choice of flights this summer and confirms the resumption of its seasonal routes to Biarritz (4 flights a week), Figari (1 flight a week), Ibiza (3 times a week), Larnaca (once a week) and Saint-Tropez (3 flights a week) to the delight of holidaymakers.
The prime-time schedules for Ibiza on Friday and Sunday evenings will allow a festive escape for a weekend, while lovers of Saint-Tropez will be able to get there 3 times a week with a prime-time schedule on Sunday evening. Biarritz will be served by 4 flights a week (Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday) with 2 of the flights operated by Air France. Figari and Larnaca can be reached every Saturday from Geneva.
Several improvements have been made to the rest of the program. Services to Nice from Geneva have been boosted with a shift to 14 flights a week starting in May. Nice will also be linked to Venice by direct flight up to 4 times a week. Two extra flights will be added between Geneva and Bucharest, with 6 flights a week during the summer peak period.
In addition, the 100-seater Embraer 190 will be brought into service progressively on the Geneva-London City route. It will replace the Bombardier Dash 8 Q-400 normally used on this route for a few flights a week starting in May. The Geneva-Marseilles service will continue with a prime-time schedule in both directions.
This summer, Baboo is offering no less than 270 flights a week, 192 of which are operated by Baboo and 78 by a partner company. As a reminder, these partnerships include Air France, Alitalia, Olympic, Tarom and Darwin. Baboo is also a partner of Flying Blue, the frequent-flyer program of the AIR FRANCE KLM group, which is itself linked to all those of the Skyteam alliance.