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CORONAVIRUS COVID 19

Passenger safety and health is ASL Airlines France’s priority. The company is closely monitoring the evolution of restrictions on entry to the territory of certain destinations served.

 

Travel to Israel:

The Israeli authorities have issued provisions restricting the entry of certain passengers into their territory. We invite you to consult the information published on the website of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

 

As a result, ASL Airlines France regrets having to cancel all flights to and from Israel until April 2, 2020 included. Only the flights of March 22, 2020 are maintained.

For the passengers affected by these cancellations, the following commercial policy of ASL Airlines France applies:

  • Possible re-protection free of charge on flights of March 22 to and from Tel Aviv for passengers due to travel on cancelled flights until April 2 included
  • Possible refund without penalty applicable for all flights up to and including April 2, including flights of March 22
  • This commercial policy does not apply for flights beyond April 2, 2020

If you bought your ticket on our website, please send your request to supportclients@aslairlines.com. If you purchased from a travel agency, please contact them directly.

 

Travel to Algeria:

Algerian authorities have temporarily suspended flights between France and Algeria, effective March 17, 2020, until further notice.

As a result, ASL Airlines France regrets having to cancel all flights to and from Algeria until April 5, 2020 inclusive.

For the passengers affected by these cancellations, the following commercial policy of ASL Airlines France applies:

- Full refund, applicable for all flights until April 5 inclusive. If you bought your ticket on our website, please send your request to supportclients@aslairlines.com. If you purchased from a travel agency, please contact them directly.

- For customers who purchased their ticket on ASL Airlines’ website, possible issue of a credit for the full amount of the ticket, usable on all ASL Airlines France flights until October 24, 2020. Please send your request to supportclients@aslairlines.com

For passengers scheduled to travel from April 6, 2020 until April 15, 2020, a flight postponement without change penalty is possible for a trip until June 15, 2020. A fare adjustment is potentially applicable depending on the new date of chosen trip:

- Please send your request exclusively to supportclients@aslairlines.com

- This commercial policy does not apply for flights beyond April 15, 2020 at the moment, but ASL Airlines is closely monitoring the situation.

Travel to any other destination:

We invite you to consult the Advice pages for Travelers, By Destination, on the website of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

To date, no other ASL Airlines France’s scheduled flight is affected by entry restrictions, so flights operate normally, and the tickets’ fare conditions apply in case of a change or a cancellation. We recommend that our passengers take out personal travel insurance.

WAITING TIMES

Due to a very large number of requests during this period, waiting times can be unusually long for handling telephone calls and requests made to customer support. We apologize for the inconvenience and we thank you for your patience and understanding.

TERMINAL 3

All ASL Airlines France flights continue to operate from and to Terminal 3 at Paris-Charles De Gaulle Airport.

In the event of a modification, our Flash Info will be updated and a notification will be sent to all customers for whom we have personal contact, as well as to all travel agencies that have made passenger reservations on our flights.

Travel tips

In order to have a pleasant, restful flight, follow our advice…

Travelling in an airplane implies a prolonged sitting station that may cause some unpleasantness:

 

  • Don’t remain in the same position for long, especially if you cross your legs.
  • Don’t place anything under the seat in front of you: use the space to stretch your legs
  • Exercise: extend, rotate and flex your legs, ankles and toes. Shrug your shoulders and stretch your neck. Rotate your body left and right. This will improve your blood circulation.

 

The atmosphere inside aircraft cabins is usually dry and may cause dehydration:

 

  • Drink lots of water regularly.
  • Remove your contact lenses and don your eyeglasses.
  • Avoid alcohol as it is extremely dehydrating and more toxic at cruising altitude.

 

Avoid caffeine which is also dehydrating.