French Blue, as previously reported, announced on January 30, 2018 it was changing its name to French Bee to avoid any confusion with JetBlue Airways for its new Paris (Orly) – San Francisco – Papeete, Tahiti service.
However the first aircraft (above) has been painted by Airbus and the aircraft only has “French” titles.
The airlines is formally named French SAS.
Copyright Photo (all others by French Bee): French (Bee) Airbus A350-941 F-WZGX (F-HREV) (msn 193) TLS (Eurospot). Image: 940990.
French Blue Airlines (Paris-Orly) announced on January 30, 2018 it was changing its name to French Bee to avoid any name conflict with JetBlue Airways.
French Bee has now announced it will now start the Paris (Orly) – San Francisco – Papeete (Tahiti) route on May 11, 2018 after receiving DOT approval. The new route will operate two days a week with Airbus A350-900 aircraft.
Copyright Photo: French blue (Air Caraïbes) Airbus A350-941 F-HREU (msn 005) ORY (Jacques Guillem). Image: 939208.
French Blue Airlines aircraft slide show: